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 On 08/10/10 02:53 PM, Marc Paré wrote:
Le 2010-10-08 16:47, RGB ES a écrit :
Would this be a security headache?
Could this work for the average user?
Does this not seem a convenience for the end-user community at large?

Others could mirror this repository, but this would be the "upstream source" for both users/distributions.
Are there other factors I'm missing?
AFAIK, go-oo people maintained a yum repository. So it is possible.

From a marketing point of view, this would be in LibO's interest as the update to LibO would then be a no brainer even from the user point of view. Almost a form of "pushing" the LibO updates/upgrades through without having to go through distro packaging.

In this case, then, it would be a case of having a dedicated dev-packager for each flavour of packaging system used by the distros.

That sums it up rather nicely.  ;)

I had not heard of Go-OO ( ) before until this discussion thread. Visiting their page, it seems like they have the kind of distribution model that we could leverage.


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