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Re: Napster clients, so much diversity.

On Mon, Feb 28, 2000 at 08:44:15AM -0800, rob wrote:
> Why is it that the three GNOME Napster clients are in 3 different places
> with in the the distribution. For quality and simplicity these should be all
> transfered to the same category.
> gnapster is in main/X11
> gnap is in main/utils
> gnome-napster is in main/net
I should also point out: 
- gnap is no longer being developed, and is rather incomplete.  The gnap page
points to gnome-napster.
- gnome-napster is quite buggy, and gnapster has a greater feature set.

I don't know the Debian philosophy wrt packages that have the same general
goal and are at different levels of completion, but it seems to me that
something isn't quite right.

Evan Martin - eeyem@u.washington.edu - http://students.washington.edu/eeyem

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