Re: Debtags, debram and packages description reviews
--- Frederic Lehobey <Frederic.Lehobey@free.fr> wrote:
> On Mon, Aug 01, 2005 at 03:48:20PM +0000, Thaddeus H. Black wrote:
> > > A project that may worth have a look or even be
> > > involved in is the debtags effort:
> > If relevant, I happen to be deep into debtags
> > development.
> I'd wish to be involved in the debtags classification effort (I
> already subscribed to some debtags mailing list). A first glance at
> debtags tools showed me that I will need a bit more time (that I have
> not yet) to get used to them and be able to classify properly.
> > If the matter strongly interests anyone here, he should
> > install debram, give the command 'debram -p 14', and
> > observe the package classification system there. The
> > '14' indicates debram division [1400 Mathematics,
> > Physical Science and Cryptography].
> Yes. I found "debram -r 14" to be quite interesting. Is it described
> anywhere how debram and debtags efforts are planned to be merged?
> An other QA effort I have mentioned on
> http://wiki.debian.net/?DebianScienceClassification and that could
> easily get on a pair with classification is the packages description
> review effort. I believe we should be concerned at least with the
> science packages descriptions.
> Best regards,
> Frederic Lehobey
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