Pavel Khardikov wrote:
Thorsten Leemhuis writes:
> 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
>>>> 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
> 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
> for users)
>> 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 its functions?
> 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).
Thanks for your reply.
Sorry I didn't this thread earlier, Pavel, how interested in this are
you? How self-motivated? I could see doing something like this as a
GSoC project but hadn't really thought about it before. We should have
a talk between you, J5 (John Palmieri -- myfedora), skvidal (Seth Vidal
-- repoview/yum metadata), and I (abadger1999 -- pkgdb) about what would
be a useful and good chunk of code for a GSoC project.
I can be found on IRC as abadger1999, in irc.freenode.net
#fedora-devel. Like I said, I haven't thought about doing this until
now so we'd need to get busy on this if you're interested.