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Re: [DotGNU]Status report from the field

From: Chris Smith
Subject: Re: [DotGNU]Status report from the field
Date: Mon, 6 Jan 2003 16:42:03 +0000

On Sunday 05 January 2003 14:04, Gopal V wrote:

> So here's the stuff .... All internal calls patches will probably need
> to be supplied before Wednesday to allow full testing on all platforms.
> The packaging will need people from all platforms ... I know the RPMS
> and .debs have maintainers .... But it would be great if someone could
> build RPMs on his platform (mine is Rh7.2) and put it out ...

CVS Tree of DGEE etc will be up on savannah tonight.
I'll anounce this when it's done.
I'm working on RPM spec for it.  If we could get rpms .debs for different 
systems, that would be good also.

> I'll probably keeping a single source tarball on for each
> project in ... Does anyone object to that ? ...
> That will place the sources in all the GNU mirrors of the world and
> dowload from your nearest. Southern Storm and Nfluid are good enough,
> but they are slow for people using gentoo to hit all at once ?.

I'll certainly put tarballs up on nfluid if you like (gotta watch my space 
and bandwidth usage as it's a server I've got space on for services-in-kind, 
so don't wanna upset anyone and have to start paying for it :o)

> The developers directory will probably be prepared by Ian Fung and
> I'll make sure it gets into . Make it look
> cool, Ian :-)

Can I suggest using the dotgnu stylesheet?  It'll make everything look 
consistent, and when the stylesheet changes, everything changes in line.  The 
DGEE uses the stylesheet for this reason.

Chris Smith
  Technical Architect - netFluid Technology Ltd.
  "Internet Technologies, Distributed Systems and Tuxedo Consultancy"
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