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Re: ITP medusa



Hello.

>>>>> In article <20000619123223.A2727@parts-unknown.com>,
>>>>> rslomkow@parts-unknown.com  wrote...
>On Mon, Jun 19, 2000 at 12:16:36AM +0200, Josip Rodin wrote:
>> On Mon, Jun 19, 2000 at 07:11:27AM +0900, Takuo KITAME wrote:
> medusa is a GNOME search/indexing package.
> But It is still very unstable. 
> 
> Should I upload this into project/experimental ?
>> 
>> In what way is it unstable?

>The code in it is changing daily, the number of files that are
>associated with it change on a weekly basis.  It is desiegned to 
>work with another gnome application called nautilus which is not
>released.  There is no released version of medusa.  API changes
>occur every couple of days.

Yes, I know.

>I would say it qualifies as experimental
>if you are going to work on packaging it please contact me!  I am
>the tools hacker for Eazel you can contact me at tools@eazel.com
>I can give you some info on the state of nautilus, gnome-vfs, medusa
>and a few other related modules that I have been working on.

Thank you very much.
I'm also packaging Nautilus with daily update.
I'll upload nautilus and medusa into project/experimental.

So, gnome-vfs is packaged by Vincent Renardias, but it's old and not yet
uploaded to Debian, then I also packaging this almost daily.
(and also bonobo, oaf and some modules that is needed for nautilus)

Thanks.
-- 
Takuo Kitame / kitame@debian.org / kitame@northeye.org



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