Re: SuSE, Caldera, Connectiva and TurboLinux to do a new distribution togerther?
On Tue, Jun 18, 2002 at 11:14:21PM +0200, J?r?me Marant wrote:
> The conclusion: APT doesn't work if it relies of bad quality
> packages. The good work Debian folks are doing on their packages is
> the real secret for APT's magic.
Don't get too proud: there is Russian distro ALT Linux (ALT is recursive
acronym for ALT Linux Team) that is based on Connectiva's apt-rpm port
and Mandrake Russian Edition, and these guys try to reproduce best parts
of Debian in their work: first of all, open developer community, and
coherent packaging, too. They borrow a lot of ideas from Debian, but
there are ideas to borrow from them, too, like their Sisyphus trunk
package repository that always remains in rolling-release state, and is
used as a base for different stable branches: Master is a stable
snapshot of whole Sisyphus, Junior is a one-disk desktop distro for
novices and for OEM installations, Castle is RSBAC-hardened server, etc.
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