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Re: tuxracer & chromium move to Extras



On Thu, 29 Jul 2004 09:33:24 -0400, Tim Daly <daly rio sci ccny cuny edu> wrote:
> We need, instead, to define a set of target endpoints (e.g. administrative
> assistant, programmer, grandmother, email-browser, luser, etc). Then
> someone becomes the designated "maintainer" for the endpoint and their
> word is law. The maintainers can mark the packages with their badge
> and the build system can make a "grandmother core". This can be done
> downstream. The maintainers all report to a god-like figure (i'm
> unavailable) similiar in role to a Linus.
> 
> So the "newbie" maintainer can have tuxracer.
> The "sysadmin" maintainer can have the registry.
> The "free" maintainer can have religion.
> And we all can have peace.
> 

Something along the lines of Componentized Linux, but based on RPMs
instead of DEBs ?

- Michel



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