HELIX GNOME packages vs. Debian GNOME packages
It appears that I missed alot of details regarding the HELIX GNOME
packages vs. our own Debian GNOME packages. Can somebody please fill
in the details on what is going on, i.e.:
1. Will the HELIX packages replace our packages?
2. If so, who will maintain the HELIX packages?
I'd be a little upset if, for example, my packages
were "yanked out from under me" without notification.
It's just a courtesy thing for me since I put alot of
time into my imlib packages. If the HELIX team wants
to maintain the packages then that is fine with me.
It would be nice to receive some notice, that's all.
3. Will there be two sets of GNOME packages, the HELIX ones
and the Debian ones?
4. If so, is it even worthwhile to maintain the Debian ones?
Thanks for any clarifications,
Ossama Othman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Distributed Object Computing Laboratory, Univ. of California at Irvine
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