On Thu, 2006-09-21 at 00:31 +0200, Chitlesh GOORAH wrote:
On 9/20/06, David Zeuthen <davidz(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> Sure, I'm all for that and am hopeful to get contributors besides
> myself. Would have to review patches etc. on list since other projects
> such as OLPC depends on pilgrim. But that's no different from other open
> source projects.
After reading all these mails :), i'll tend to say that pilgrim's yum
approach sounds great. Yum's new metaparser might play a great role as
well. However, anaconda provides kickstart file feature to kadischi
and this is greatly used by people in the fedora-livecd list.
Sure, I'm not saying that kadischi has to adapt itself to pilgrim's
theory. But since, kadischi is only maintained for the moment by
Jasper and I at a very slow rate, it would be best to consider on what
* what is Kadischi, by the Fedora Project
* which one should be a Fedora Live image Creator/Installer
* how both pilgrim and kadischi can benefit.
implementing a %packages in ks.cfg-style parser as a yum-util shouldn't
be much work. Mostly just extracting the code from anaconda, I'd bet.