Re: usertags for wnpp and couple of queries .
2011/6/28 shirish शिरीष <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Of the many interesting points and discussion taken in the meet, one
> was of adding tags to game packages.
> This had been my itch in the sense that I have been/was always looking
> for a way in which I could see/view game packages in wnpp but just
> could not find a nice way.
> Anyways today I had a bit of a time at hand and took that time to tag
> all the games, gaming libraries, emulators (packages which I felt were
> related to gaming) and put tags in the wnpp bugs by sending e-mail to
> email@example.com with the format :-
Excellent, thanks for that!
> Well after doing the whole thing, we have something like 123 packages
> now with the tags of pkg-games-devel so packagers, maintainers and
> interested people who want to file wnpp bugs can also look at them .
That is quite a lot of RFPs! and a handful of ITPs.
> There is possibility that I may have missed some or may have tagged
> them when do not fit the debian-games-team policy or something.
At first glance I think you did quite well.
> There are two packages however which I didn't tag specifically because
> they were shareware. I do not know whether they
> they have a place in the Debian universe or not. They are :-
Probably support for these games should be added to game-data-packager? Jon?