armando at goodship
Aug 18, 2006, 8:43 AM
Post #4 of 10
On Aug 17, 2006, at 3:18 PM, Grobian wrote:
> On 17-08-2006 13:25:14 -0400, Armando Di Cianno wrote:
> (you don't know me, but I DO feel aquintanced with you, hahahaha ...
... oh, did you take over the GNUstep ebuilds? If so, good. It's
not something I wanted to drop, but I found I was fixing more GNUstep
bugs, than writing ebuilds, and then life got in the way ...
>> Conceivably, this method could also be used to host a prefix-enabled
>> portage ebuild tree, that we /could/ submit back to, and then
>> "official" devs could update the diffs themselves.
> In the spirit of the much criticised Sunrise, I wouldn't really "care"
> if someone set up a central repo where non-devs commit their stuff in,
> and that I periodically pull over all changes. I have the bandwith
> available to host it myself (would make it even easier to do the
> sync I
> suppose) but not the machine at the moment. (Need to do a lot of
> painting etc. anyway too, so I can't set it up soon.)
> I'd be very very very happy if we could get some movement here, so if
> you folks can start, please do! I will help wherever that is
It would be helpful to have read access to, or at least daily
snapshots of, all pertinent resources. Firstly, the prefix-enabled
portage. Secondly, I'm not sure if a prefix-enabled ebuild tree was
started or not, but if it's needed I can help set one up on one of my
servers, or *shudder* on my dreamhost account, otherwise, access to
the current one would be great.
Can this be arranged fairly quickly?
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