[Slackbuilds-users] What about a stable and a current repo? [was orphaned packages]

alkos333 me at alkos333.net
Sat Nov 3 15:08:40 UTC 2007

I personally don't see a need for such system.  All packages are of
"high quality" and there is no need to introduce other layers - this
just makes things more complex and has very little benefit.

Remember, they key is to keep it simple :)


On Nov 3, 2007 9:42 AM, Deak, Ferenc <ferenc.deak at gmail.com> wrote:
> Recently, we are discussing the package update
> policy in the thread 'Orphaned packages'. What
> about introducing 2 repositories: sbo-stable and
> sbo-current, with the following rules:
> - new versions go to sbo-current
> - new packages go to sbo-current
> - sbo admins and users with spare time can
>   use/test packages from sbo-current
> - if a package has positive or non-negative usage
>   reports can go to sbo-stable
> - we can introduce a new category a 'trusted
>   packager', who already has high quality
>   packages. A trusted packager can put his/here
>   newer version of a package directly to
>   sbo-current (ONLY newer version of her/his
>   package not someone else's package)
> - only Sbo admins can move a package from
>   sbo-current to sbo-stable
> In this case we has a stable tree for the average
> user, and a current tree for relative bleeding
> edge software
> feco
> _______________________________________________
> Slackbuilds-users mailing list
> Slackbuilds-users at slackbuilds.org
> http://lists.slackbuilds.org/mailman/listinfo/slackbuilds-users
> Please read the FAQ - http://slackbuilds.org/faq/

More information about the Slackbuilds-users mailing list