Re: Debian Games Blend
On Thu, May 16, 2013 at 11:59:41PM +0200, Petter Reinholdtsen wrote:
> > I see debtags more as a source of meta data which can provide
> > fine-grained information not only about game categories, which are
> > the foundation for task files at the moment, but also about the
> > language a game is implemented in, the ui-toolkit, what hardware is
> > required to play it or what kind of age rating applies to a certain
> > game. I can imagine there are users who just want to install all
> > python games or only want to play games with joystick support.
> Debtags can be used for a lot of things, but Enrico need help
> maintaining the system. The review process is laboursome, and tagging
> is lagging behind. I urge everyone to help tagging, and at least some
> of you to volunteer to help with the review process and system. I
> already volunteered myself to help Enrico with the review. I suspect
> more people are needed.
I also try to not miss any chance to mention that reasonable tasks pages
on the Blends Web Sentinel can help spotting missing DebTags. So working
on useful Debian Games tasks files could lead to better DebTagging.