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RE: GS in Debian

From: Frederico . S . Muñoz
Subject: RE: GS in Debian
Date: Thu, 29 Nov 2001 11:33:27 -0000

> People, i really will like to see the latest GNUStep and Gorm 
> packaged for
> Debian, the current mantainer of GS packages have no time to do that
> (see 
667.html ), 
> i cant package gnustep myself because the same reason, and 
> most importantly, i
> dont have the appropiate gstep experience. I think that an 
> apt-get installable
> gorm, maybe with a little demo, can get lots of new 
> developers for gnustep. 
> So, if somebody wants to be the mantainer of these packages, 
> that will be
> great.


I've been lurking in this lista for about 6 months now (mainly because I
have nothing interestng to say).

I have several times had the idea of packaging GS (since I knew that the
packages where more or less
up for adoption). At home I have everything fro GS in source and I make
periodic cvs updates and build 
and install. I have made debs out of what I have in CVS for private use
(using the work already done by
the current maintainer, generally it doesn't even need manual intervention).
I made a deb out of Gorm for
home use also (the quality of which is passable)

What I am saying is that *if* nobody else takes the packages I would surely
be available to do so.


Frederico S. Muñoz

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