On Mon, 1 Dec 2003, Andrea Glorioso wrote:
> zh> and debian-multimedia (which I am on) was kind of moving
> zh> forward on the implementation.
> I'm not sure what you mean here.
> The original idea I discussed with Guenter Geiger and Marco Trevisani
> was that debian-multimedia would be a proper Debian subproject, while
> DeMuDi would somewhat follow different routes (for example, we have
> different packages for Jack, albeit based on the great work by Junichi
> Uekawa and Robert Jordens) and we release with a different timetable
> than Debian proper.
I think I have to clear up some misconceptions here. At the beginning of
this year I stopped packaging for demudi directly, and put all my
packaging effort into making packages for Debian proper.
I did not say that I am launching a Debian multimedia subproject, I just
said I would support whoever wants to do so. (Obviously nobody did yet)
So please stop referring to me as the driving force behind Debian
multimedia, because I just do not have the time nor the motivation,
knowledge or talent for doing that.
I am happy that the debian-multimedia list is what it is. A list for
discussing multimedia applications and its special needs for Debian. If
Demudi can profit from the work we are doing there, then it is good and
what I hoped that it would be.
> One of the goals was that Debian Multimedia and AGNULA/DeMuDi would
> help each other - we can definitevely be better on the AGNULA side.
> I've posted some ITPs whose packages I still didn't have the time to
> polish enough for them to enter Debian, although I hope that will
> happen shortly.
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