cvs vs. arch/tla
harald at redhat.com
Tue Mar 8 02:44:29 PST 2005
> It may become really messy if we just want to keep the stuff as generic
> as possible allowing anyone to choose which patch to apply or not.
> Shouldn't we applied a basic set of patch, and just have an extra
> repository for patches we do not agree on.
ok, sounds reasonable.. so we "only" have to agree on this basic patchset.
> I think we should provide a CVS (or tar.gz or whatever, but no distro
> specific) version which has what user do not find in cdrecord (mainly
> DVD support I guess), so that we will be more likely to become the
> default burning back-end.
> I can already rename my cdrecord package on Mandrakelinux freedrtools,
> and ask front-end maintainers to include the freedrtools support.
Hmm, ok, next step.
> How should we name the binary? Freedrecord?
long name :)
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