On Mon, 11 Aug 2008 11:04:36 +0200, Andrea Musuruane wrote:
> Probably I would have done so, if rpmfusion had lifted off
> It hasn't. It's still struggling to fill its repositories.
I cannot really understand why you are complaining about somebody else
not having finished a work when you are not participating. Do you want
to speed it up? Just give us a hand :)
OMG, don't make a drama out of this. I cannot maintain any pkg at
rpmfusion as long as there's not even any official repository which to
evaluate. k3b-extras-nonfree and kdemultimedia-extras-nonfree have been
taken over by the KDE guys at livna already. Meanwhile, at rpmfusion
audacity and normalize have been taken over, too.
The situation is clear, isn't it? To merge livna+freshrpms+dribble for
fedora 8 and later means that there *must* be an upgrade path for either
So, clearly it needs some sort of feature freeze at livna+freshrpms+dribble
for the following: throw all existing packages from all repos into
rpmfusion, then analyse the breakage and try to fix it. Conflicts between
the separate repos are also due to version differences, not just due to
different package names. It would be quite normal if the changed build
dependencies cause packages to break. Probably there are even pkgs where
the deps are fully incompatible and where multiple lib versions are needed
in the merged repo.
There used to be a todo list at rpmfusion.org
- where has it gone?