On 24.03.2008 17:46, Pavel Khardikov wrote:
Thorsten Leemhuis writes:
> On 23.03.2008 23:14, Alex Lancaster wrote:
>>>>>>> "pk" == pavel khardikov writes:
>> pk> http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/SummerCoding/2008/Ideas
>> It seems that the WebUI overlaps considerably with the "MyFedora" idea
>> which has already been started:
> Yeah, MyFedora was still young (or even not born yet) when I added the
> idea to the wiki. I don't know much about MyFedora, but afaics it could
> need help as well and might be a good GSoC project.
Thanks for your reply.
It is a great pity :(
If I understood there is no reason to start doing Package WebUI from the
very begining because
MyFedora project is aimed at solving the same problems.
I'm can not properly answer this question. J5 (the MyFedora develop)
likely can do that better.
From what I can see on http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/MyFedora
it seems to me that developers are the main target audience of MyFedora.
Only the second screenshot indicates that MyFedora might provide
something like packages.debian.org
(which also provides a good service
In what way the idea of Package WebUI can be relate to GSoC?
As far as I can see the idea of WebInstall is similar?
Is WebInstall project still relevant to GSoC or MyFedora will cope with
I'd suggest you contact J5, the developer of MyFedora. Maybe he can help
to answer the question if a separate WebUI makes sense (which I doubt).