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Re: Collecting suggestions of Guildhall

From: Nala Ginrut
Subject: Re: Collecting suggestions of Guildhall
Date: Tue, 22 Jan 2013 23:24:55 +0800

On Tue, Jan 22, 2013 at 7:30 PM, Andy Wingo <address@hidden> wrote:
On Sat 12 Jan 2013 16:21, Nala Ginrut <address@hidden> writes:

> We'd like to start up, which is a guilers community
> MAYBE based on savannah to let you guys share/fetch Guile packages. Just
> like does. ;-)

FWIW we do have access to a and are in the process of
setting it up.

> 1. Package verify policy (PVP)
> 2. Package evaluate policy (PEP)

Sounds sensible to me.  Would you like to start working on software to
do this?

Yes, but do we have some kind of spec standard for guildhall packages?
If answer is no, I'll do some post-work before the policy discussion.
And another related question bothered me for a long time: which is guildhall's upstream
repo now? ijp's? or andy's?
I think ijp's repo is newer now, maybe do a merge work is better.
WDYT about this workflow: we work via the GNU bug tracker that we
already have in Guile.  When someone has a new package, they mail
address@hidden with the information, creating a ticket.

It's fine to take advantage of the bug tracker, except for 'bug' ;-P
Isn't there any other way for the transaction with GNU things?
I'll throw it into my TODO list.
(error TODO "your list is overflow!") 
We will have a GPG keyring for guildhall maintainers.  We can rig up
some special email account, perhaps at, to queue jobs for the
guildhall.  Guildhall maintainers can then queue the addition or update
of a package via mail, verified with their key.  

Mark and me both have GNU account, is it enough? Or we'll have an extra one?
We should also write a
web application that lists recent updates to the guildhall.

We may write a simple one for just working, and after my Glow(Guile Lauch on Web) done, we may write a brand new site for a whole guildhall in a Ruby on rails like way. 
God knows when it's done...but in a long term, such a thing would be expected by any folks.



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