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ELPA policy (Was: streams are cool, you could stream virtually anything!

From: T.V Raman
Subject: ELPA policy (Was: streams are cool, you could stream virtually anything!)
Date: Wed, 4 Nov 2015 16:52:02 -0800

Reading through those files is how I taught myself   enough  about
Emacs to write emacspeak:-)

John Wiegley writes:
 > >>>>> T V Raman <address@hidden> writes:
 > > While on the topic -- should we move things out of core into elpa -- there
 > > are a lot of elisp packages that are presently bundled -- mostly because
 > > "there was no elpa around when they were bundled".
 > I would in fact like to see more packages move from core into ELPA, although
 > I'm not eager to do so willy nilly. Some packages now in Core are just fun, 
 > or
 > should be there because people are used to them being there, even if today we
 > wouldn't necessarily add that package to core.
 > If someone would be willing to go through every core package, and produce a
 > list of what should stay in core, what should move to ELPA, and why they 
 > think
 > so, that would be a great starting point.
 > I know from past experience that reading every core file is highly 
 > interesting
 > and educational, and I guarantee whoever volunteers for this will discover
 > many cool and interesting things. :)
 > John



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