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Re: [gNewSense-users] gNewSense based on Feisty

From: rek2GNU/Linux
Subject: Re: [gNewSense-users] gNewSense based on Feisty
Date: Thu, 29 Mar 2007 19:15:26 -0400
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OK, I am at the moment running Feisty in another of my laptops, I been following them for 2-3 months in the development, and I think we could do this in parts or at the same time is up to you..I think in my opinion that to make your part work first will be easier for me so I have something to build against like when Brian did with Dapper, so I can pick up the gen-kgnewsense scripts and modify for feisty.. what do you think? or if you prefer I can just start hacking now.. I'm open to suggestions.

Christian Fernandez

Alejandro Serrano escribió:
Sure I'll need it. The work I've been doing is just the scratch.
However, the KDE part of Feisty seems to be very similar to the one in
Dapper. In Gnome, there are sooo many changes (for example, artwork has
been split in several packages for screensavers, icons...)
My idea would be to upload the code in the repository once I confirm it
works, if the mantainers of gNewSense agree, and then everybody could
make its part. As for now, we could start looking at which packages
should be removed from "main" repository (I've removed hwdb,
hwdb-client-gnome, hwdb-client-kde, popularity-contest...)

Thanks in advance for the help,

rek2GNU/Linux escribió:
what about the KDE part I did? do you need me to help you with that?

let me know I will be willing to put some work on this since I do will
like t orun feisty myself..

Chris F.

Josh Martens wrote:
Oh man, if we can get a Fiesty based gNewSense I'd be so happy, as
I'm sure the majority of the community would be.

This would be awesome!!!!

On Thu, Mar 29, 2007 at 08:59:30PM +0200, Alejandro Serrano wrote:
I've been working the last week on "updating" the gNewSense Builder
files to work with Feisty, the Ubuntu release that is going to come in
April. I'm at this moment checking that everything work OK, but when I
check it, I'll post it here (I don't want to send a non-working
code). I
think having a gNewSense version based on the latest Ubuntu release
would make a lot of people change to gNewSense.
At the moment, I've just changed the branding (I need to update the
BurningDog rebrander to the latest version), and updated the list of
packages to remove (as the hardware database module, or the
popularity-contest one). Of course, after that the kernel should be
checked again for not-free code.


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