Re: 1.0 issues: Packaging (esp. source)
> Yup, I'm here (but I don't necessarily read debian-devel very closely).
> We are about to embark (well, sometime in the next few months) on the
> design for RPM 2.0. Would it make sense for us to set up a mailing
> list for package issues? (we've been thinking about setting up an
That's something I've been thinking of too. If this gets enough
advertising among the other distributors (or perhaps even the free BSDs),
we could get to a PCKGSTND.
I've been looking at the RPM HowTo, and it looks like the prime advantage
of RPM over the current debian system is that it uses pristine sources.
>From what I read, it looks like the Debian system is more sophisticated
(e.g. dependencies, start-stop-daemon and such).
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