Re: Bug#468183: ITP: monkey -- small webserver based on the HTTP/1.1 protocol
William Pitcock dijo [Fri, Feb 29, 2008 at 05:41:25AM -0600]:
> Clearly these packages are different enough to somebody if they are
> going to the effort of packaging them. Perhaps they have a superior
> configuration format or some other non-notable feature.
> But if you are worried about the QA and security team, then why not
> create an unsupported repo. It could even be a good solution towards
> recruiting new DDs.
> Lets call it, say, 'community', 'extras', or 'unsupported'.
> The main featureset I see here would be:
> * Anyone could register with it, and upload their packages. There
> would be buildd's and whatnot, so for all purposes, it would be similar
> to having packages in Debian proper.
> * If the package is good, it could be migrated into Debian proper
> where it would receive proper security team and QA attention.
Why not instead call it http://www.apt-get.org?
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