|Re: cooklist of packages for 4.0|
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I added a start cooking date to etherape and ettercap. I can take a
couple more in the next weeks.
2010/4/6 Rohit Joshi <rj.rohit@xxxxxxxxx>:
> Hi all,
> I have created a package list for the community to refer in case one
> likes to add new packages to SliTaz repos:
> http://labs.slitaz.org/wiki/distro/Pkgscooklist . The list has about
> 300 packages that we can aim for 4.0.
> With about 2300 packages in repos, I was interested in finding out how
> many more pacakges do we need to meet almost all the requirements for
> 95% people in the SliTaz Community. So, I did a painful comparison of
> SliTaz repos with Arch Linux repos. As a result, I have created this
> cook list. I was expecting about 1000 packages but surprisingly found
> that 300 packages seems to be adequate. I, however, didn't add many
> games. So, maybe 100 more pacakges can be added to the list. You are
> welcome to add your choices.
> I would like to encourage the community to help in building these
> packages. If few of you can compile 5 pkgs/month, we can finish the
> list in few months time. We need community to help us in this because
> the developers have a lot of extra load of maintaining the repos.
> If you are on SliTaz, its always useful to learn how to compile
> packages. SliTaz has a cool build environment. Please read the
> cookbook and some compiling tips:
> http://doc.slitaz.org/en:guides:tazwoktips if you want to know more..
> Everyone, please feel free to edit existing or to add new tips.
> To coordinate the effort: if you plan to build a package, please
> update this list : http://labs.slitaz.org/wiki/distro/Pkgscooklist
> and say "cooking started on DATE". If the package doesnot turn up in
> repos in 1 month time since the "cooking start DATE", someone else can
> try to build the same package. This, hopefully, would reduce
> duplication. If committed to the hg repos, please remove the package
> from the cooklist.
> I welcome you all for suggestions.
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