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Re: Plans for tomorrow's (20090529) FESCo meeting



Till Maas said the following on 05/29/2009 06:01 AM Pacific Time:
On Fri May 29 2009, Josh Boyer wrote:

I don't see a problem.

Imho outdated content reduces the quality of the wiki, therefore there should be some garbage collection.

If the Feature owner cares enough to keep proposing it, then FESCo will
keep reviewing it.  Technical items change over time.  Perhaps the
VirtualBox module will make it into the upstream kernel and the Feature
will be viable. Or perhaps a future FESCo will revist kmods.

Did you look at the content of the feature page? Even in the very unlikely case that it may be included in Fedora in the future, Fedora will probably be the last distribution to include it, so it is also very unlikely that it even meats the Feature criteria. And if it does, there are only four sentences in the Feature page, that were not in the template.


If the Feature owner doesn't care, then they can delete the page.  Either
way, I don't see what the problem is with having it sit in the
FeaturePageIncomplete category.

It seems more to me, that the Feature owner does not care, because the package is very incomplete and I got no response from my comment in December 2008 that Virtualbox won't make it into Fedora. Btw. how does the Feature owner delete the page? It seems to me, that this is not easily possible using the wiki interface.


Try this :)
https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FedoraProject:Deletion


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