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Re: Possible packages...

Nathanael Noblet wrote:
> Hello,
>    So I've been toying with the idea of getting more involved with  
> fedora. Up till now if there has been a bug or other issue, i'll file  
> a bug or simply get the srpm and try to update it to a newer version,  
> or create my own specs / rpms when they don't already exist. Lately  
> I've figured that I should get more involved with some of the packages  
> that I use or anything like that. The packaging guidelines kinda  
> describe entry to the packager group as being done via new packages.  
> I've offered to try to help on some recently orphaned packages. Though  
> that may be more work than just submitting a new package.
> So after all that rambling, I'm wondering about the two following  
> pieces of software.
> Apple's Calendar Server. It runs using python 2.5 or greater (I've  
> installed it on a F11 machine and it work well). I've started looking  
> at some of its dependancies. 90% of them are in fedora already, and of  
> the ones in F11, only one if I remember correctly isn't at the version  
> it requires). It seems like a great addition to Fedora if you ask me.  
> So basically it would require two new packages, and an update to one  
> other package (libevent) which is a minor version bump it seems if at  
> all needed.

I'd love to see a calendar server in Fedora, though TBH when I looked at
Apple's long ago it was a bit daunting; it seemed like one of those
cross-platform hacks that is very much -not- nicely integrated with the
OS (I don't remember the details; weird file hierarchies or private
copies of libraries or ...?).  Maybe it's better now.  But if not, that
may be a hiccup.  But I'd say give it a shot.  I'd help test it.  :)

FWIW I looked at DAViCal (http://rscds.sourceforge.net/) too and it
seemed like an interesting possibility as well.


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