El lun, 25-06-2007 a las 10:01 +0200, Andreas Tille escribió: > On Sun, 24 Jun 2007, José L. Redrejo Rodríguez wrote: > > > - Add diversions to the desktop menu files. > > I can not comment on the package selection, but I have a hint to > the menu stuff. I know that I failed convincing debian-edu people > to use the cdd-dev package to build their packages and I discussed > with Petter at DebConf that I start a new approach deriving cdd-dev > once more from debian-edu (for those who might not know: cdd-dev > was adapted to support all features of Debian-Edu, Debian-Med and > Debian-Jr in March 2004, but in Debian-Edu development went on in > their own tree). My plan is to use Debian-Edu CVS to change your > build system to something that other CDDs can use as well and later > on add all features that are missing for the moment. I really > want you to support this idea of a common CDD toolkit and talk > to me if there are further changes planned. > > Once the above is done I will add the menu feature of cdd-dev > and I also plan to add a new desktop feature. Currently the > menu feature works as follows: > > 1. A menu structure is builded according to the meta-package > structure, i.e. in the case of Debian-Med you get an extra > Med menu that contains those sections where you installed > the meta packages for. > > 2. Every section displays the dependant packages that are > included by the meta package (provided that it is really > installed which might not be the case for recommends and > suggests). > > 3. If the dependant packages contain apropriate menu entries > inside tha package, this menu entry is reused. You can > either override this entry (with some more descriptive > or add an icon or whatever you like) or add new entries > if the package is missing an entry. > > 4. The menu is user based and can be controled by a user > role scheme. Currently user roles are implemented only > as UNIX groups which sucks a little bit and does not > really scale well, but it should be no problem at all > to implement this in LDAP (or whatever you feel apropriate) > because cdd-common contains a layer where you can implement > some shell scripts that might provide your own implementation > of roles. > > If you would like to know more about this I would like you to > discuss this topic on debian-custom list. Sure, your idea looks great, but previously to any discussion, is there any url to take a look at the details of this idea? > Any help to get this > working inside a common CDD toolkit that is able to build > Debian-Edu, Debian-Med, Debian-Jr and perhaps Debian-GIS (those > people agreed at DebConf also to build meta packages - Francesco > I added you in CC because I don't know whether you are reading > debian-custom) would be greatly appreciated. > I'm reading it since this moment. I'll help as much as my little free time let me. Regards. José L.
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