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Re: Why is redhat-artwork multi-lib?



On Mon, 2007-02-12 at 11:26 -0500, Matthias Clasen wrote:
> seth vidal wrote:
> > On Mon, 2007-02-12 at 11:06 -0500, Jeremy Katz wrote:
> >   
> >> On Mon, 2007-02-12 at 11:06 -0500, seth vidal wrote:
> >>     
> >>> On Mon, 2007-02-12 at 10:29 -0500, Matthias Clasen wrote:
> >>>       
> >>>> I don't think it is particularly difficult, but there are a number of 
> >>>> constraints (like
> >>>> keeping all trademarked logos in a separate package). What we need 
> >>>> before making
> >>>> any decisions here is a summary of the current situation (what "artwork" 
> >>>> packages
> >>>> do we have, how do they interact, also wrt to derived distributions, 
> >>>> etc) and a list
> >>>> of goals for a reorganization. I'm sure interested community members can 
> >>>> take a
> >>>> whack at that.
> >>>>         
> >>>  were you planning in changes in this area vis anaconda? 
> >>>       
> >> One thing that was discussed a little at FUDCon was moving some of the
> >> trademarked logo bits into a separate "branding" repository.
> >>
> >> That doesn't really have much to do with redhat-artwork, though.
> >> Historically speaking, redhat-artwork was created to contain all
> >> Bluecurve bits (and could as well have been called "bluecurve-artwork",
> >> it was just named prior to the name Bluecurve and with the thought of
> >> letting the theme change over time...)
> >>     
> >
> > Matthias,
> >  So it sounds like all that needs to happen is:
> >
> >  1. rename the pkg to system-artwork (add an obsoletes redhat-artwork)
> >  2. get rid of the bluecurve libs into another pkg
> >  3. profit!
> >
> > Does that sound right to you
> >   
> 
> Moving the libs to another package lets redhat-artwork become noarch, 
> sure. It doesn't address
> most of the other issues with artwork being spread over several packages 
> in a confusing way...

okay, that wasn't clear from the earlier emails. Why don't we take this
one step at a time:

Steps:
1. get rid of the bluecurve bits and fix up redhat-artwork to be noarch
2. start the package reorg for all of our artwork

How does that sound?


With regard to number 2 is there anyone outside of yourself who might
have a good enough understanding of where all the art is to comment
appropriately?

thanks,
-sv



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