Re: [internal-projects] [Debian-multimedia] Start an official internal project!
>>>>> "rl" == Robert Lemmen <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
rl> On Thu, Feb 13, 2003 at 02:38:07PM -0400,
rl> email@example.com wrote:
>> If we decide that DeMuDi should live a life on its own (and
>> there are many reasons why we could decide that way, some
>> technical and some political, such as the fact the DeMuDi is an
>> official European Project and as such has a number of
>> responsibilities which Debian fortunately doesn't have) then a
>> separate structure, both tecnical and ...
rl> out of curiosity, what reponsibilities are there that could
rl> make you not want to be a debian subproject? i have problems
rl> making any possibilities up. (but then again the european
rl> union is way better at that ;)
Schedules, first of all, which could force DeMuDi to release earlier
than Debian does. Other partners of the project, which must be dealt
with. These are the two first things I can come up with from the top
of my head.
This doesn't mean that Marco and Guenter shouldn't set up a
subproject; doing that "officially", as DeMuDi, is simply something
that must be thought about (and that I'm not banning at all).
Also, please note that having a "separate infrastructure" doesn't mean
that we must fully duplicate Debian structure nor that we must
duplicate all Debian packages. Right now what I have in mind (thanks
to discussions with you, too) is keeping track of the relevant
packages in unstable and keep our releases distinct from debian ones.
Please see my reply to Raphael Hertzog for the discussion.
Andrea Glorioso firstname.lastname@example.org
Centro Tempo Reale http://www.centrotemporeale.it/
AGNULA/DeMuDi Technical Manager http://www.[demudi|agnula].org/
"There's no free expression without control on the tools you use"