Chromium BSU upstream recently gave me admin access to the chromium-bsu
sf.net project. Hi Mark :)
I'll be converting the upstream CVS to SVN and then committing the
Debian and Ubuntu patches there.
Brian Redfern is working on some free music to replace the non-free
music. His latest attempt is OK, but doesn't suit the game as much as
the originals. He is working on some new versions that are more like the
originals. The sounds are also non-free but we don't have any
replacements for those yet. In the Debian SVN, I've added a patch to
make the game also look in ~/.chromium-data/ so users can play the game
with custom music, sounds, graphics and fonts. This obviously also
allows the use of the non-free sound/music too.
I'd like to add interested people to the project so they can commit
patches from their distros or that they have created. If you are
interested, please let me know what your sourceforge login is.
To make sure all games we've worked so hard to package are in comps and thus
easy to find by the end user, I've written a small script which checks if every
package which has an rpm-group of Amusements/Games is in comps, I've attached
the resultiing script.
I've put a blacklist in the script to avoid what I believe are false positives.
Mainly things like level editors and servers, which do not belong in the comps
games group IMHO, maybe we need a game-utilities group?
Anyways FYI here is the current blacklist:
This excercise has resulted in me adding the following 2 comps:
And now I'm left with the following list of which I'm not sure what todo, input
poker2d-kde (can't this be merged into the main package?)