[Slackbuilds-users] Corcern about sources' procedence

Willy Sudiarto Raharjo willysr at gmail.com
Thu Jun 9 14:24:23 UTC 2011

> I get your point. Anyways, even being true that you can track the source
> by yourself, or modifiy the SlackBuild if necessary, the backgroud
> question remains unanswered.
> SlackBuilds.org does not host the sources itself, but provides links
> to them. I wouldn't trust some of these links if I were given no
> guarantee they are trustworthy. That's exactly what I am asking: How do
> SBo administrators ensure they are linking to the right sources?

> The question remains: How do administrators decide if the links they
> post are trustworthy?

AFAIK, all admin (at least the one who commited the update and post it
on the list) tested all submissions before they agreed to approve it.
If it gets suspicious, i'm sure it won't pass their filter :)

Willy Sudiarto Raharjo
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