Re: proficiency-level tag for debian packages
Will Newton <email@example.com> writes:
> On Tuesday 31 May 2005 20:07, Rich Walker wrote:
>> Even within these categories there is some need for finer grain.
>> For example, groupware clients are mostly "easy, end-user, corporate"
>> groupware servers are mostly "impossible, sysadmin, corporate, server"
> If you are installing a groupware server you probably want to do more research
> than that.
Hence the "impossible" tag. Having attempted to install a bunch of
groupware servers on a machine, I'd agree with you that More Research Is
Needed - but having a tag that tells you "you only want to do this if
you are a wizard" will at least ensure others don't try without fair
> Groupware clients like evolution and kmail I would guess would
> come under the end-user classification.
Yes, I just like the idea of being able to filter on multiple keys
simultaneously. easy + ( end-user | corporate ) you would expect to
install, say, the Mozilla packages, some kind of LDAP support,
DHCP-clients, and so on.
>> But debtags should cope with this?
> Debtags would cope with the scheme I proposed above, which I would not suggest
> would be 100% ideal, but is probably an 80/20 solution.
Better than 0!
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