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Re: Recipe for debianizing Haskell packages?


Am Donnerstag, den 09.07.2009, 21:52 +1000 schrieb Simon Horman:
> > I’m not saying it’s not, I’m just saying we should give it a thought.
> > There is already some bioinformatics software in Debian, so it should be
> > ok – especially if it’s full applications, and not just “libraries that
> > might be useful to some developers”.
> I'm not sure what the current criteria for Debian packages is.  But it
> seems to me that if its useful, even to a small number of people, someone
> is willing to maintain it and its licence is acceptable, then it ought to
> go in. Regardless of if it is a library or application. Regardless of if
> the problem-space is already present in Debian or not.

I’m sorry if I sounded a bit too negative, I certainly don’t want to any
useful, free and maintained software to enter Debian.


Joachim "nomeata" Breitner
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