On Mon, 24 Jan 2005 08:35:33 -0500, seth vidal wrote: > > ATM, Extras isn't much more than a "promise", ... we will see if it will > > come and if when it will work out. > > just consider pre-extras as 'extras' for now. It's called "pre-Extras", nothing more, and we're still in the middle of nowhere. CVS is a step forward. Pre-Extras is a step backward. At fedora.us we have the stable/testing/unstable classification and the separate "pending" repositories, which we can use rather freely. With pre-Extras, we don't even have a package submission policy. Package updates for pre-Extras are done via bugzilla.fedora.us, because nothing else is documented and CVS has not even been opened for fedora.us trusted developers yet. It is my impression some key people wait for FUDCon and hope for wonders. While that may be an option for those who plan the official Fedora Extras and else have not been involved so far, it is unbearable for the active fedora.us and pre-extras supporters.
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