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Re: Submitting packages



Darryl Luff wrote:
Yep, thats fine. I wasn't meaning to complain about the time it takes - that is to be expected. I guess I was just expressing a concern about the direction the project is taking. As long as any submitted packages will be accepted into the repositories, it will be great. I was worried that by changing the focus from 'high-quality, 3rd party rpms, for the RedHat Linux distribution' to 'a complete, general purpose operating system (built) exclusively from free software', that someone somewhere would be selecting which packages can be included, rather than allowing any packages someone wants to submit.


"high-quality, 3rd party rpms" currently describes fedora.us with our slowness and absolute refusal to approve anything that we haven't ourselves checked, then manually tested the binaries. That however is also our greatest problem since so few people are doing so.


http://www.fedora.us/QA
Currently at 228 packages that need QA analysis.

Want to get involved?

http://www.fedora.us/wiki/PackageSubmissionQAPolicy
Read this first.

http://www.fedora.us/wiki/SelfIntroduction
Then do this.

Warren Togami
warren togami com




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