[repo-coord] Publicly submittable repository
Thomas Vander Stichele
thomas at apestaart.org
Tue Apr 20 11:04:37 CEST 2004
> Obviously there would have to be some package QA as well as some general
> guidelines that people would have to conform too, but not to a freedom
> reducing degree. Package submission could be automated to a degree. I
> think mentors.debian.net has automated submission of packages, but user
> accounts are admin approved.
> If I get enough positive response from this I will draft up a more
> formal proposal. This would have to be a volunteer & cooperative effort.
> For example, I do not have bandwidth nor server space to host anything,
> but I am willing to put in time to develop a website & submission system
> (possibly even package submission tools, like shell scripts and such
> that upload).
> So what do you guys think?
This sounds exactly like http://www.fedora.us/ and I think you should
join there instead of starting up yet another repository :)
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