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Re: No need for C'n'R

Am Donnerstag, den 25.01.2007, 13:48 -0200 schrieb Gustavo Franco:
> On 1/25/07, Michael Banck <mbanck@debian.org> wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > On Thu, Jan 25, 2007 at 03:25:38PM +0100, Sebastian Heinlein wrote:
> > > I have read your blog post about C'n'R. I just wanted to drop you a note
> > > that I am working on porting Ubuntu's gnome-app-install to Debian. I
> > > think that a combination of apt-file and a local mirror could be used to
> > > create the app data set of Debian.
> >
> > One thing where a CNR(-lookalike) would help would be at
> > packages.debian.org, it would rock if we could just add a link "Install
> > this package" to those pages and have it just work.
> Exactly my point when i wrote about CNRs everywhere. We can do
> something simpler with non-free section and watch the users benefit
> from that.
> > (Before enrico bashes me: And integrate package tags in the search on
> > http://www.debian.org/distrib/packages)
> I think that debtags usage (and i'm part of that team too) should be
> transparent in a "packages.d.o 2.0" or over non-free.debian.net. In a
> way that a user searching for a bug tracking system wouldn't need to
> know the related tags. Just type "bug tracking systems" and let the
> search do the dirty job. How map tags back into phrases? I'm sure
> Enrico and Erich have the answer.
> I'm sick of being involved in so many things at the same time, but i
> think i'll join this boat. It would be great for Lenny and usable in
> some way after Etch release.

What I would like to see too is a user rating and comments system. So we
could add a link "User reviews and comments" to gnome-app-install and
synaptic, that would lead the user to a central web page.



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