* Jesse Keating <jkeating(a)redhat.com> [2008-03-26 12:03]:
On Wed, 2008-03-26 at 16:57 +0100, Nicolas Mailhot wrote:
> Because all the distro guideline guys want to work inside their own
> personal guideline committee instead of meeting each other at the
> project level where they have less control. Which can't work as long
> as the project is shared.
Well, we have this new freedesktop.org
mailing list for cross-distro
cooperation. Sounds like a great place to bring such discussions.
There's no need to move this to freedesktop.org
since JPackage is
already distro-neutral. Fixes should be made *with* JPackage (with
their blessing and that of the other distros, of course).
Here's a potential way forward from Fedora's side:
1) get Fedora guidelines in order
2) distill divergences from JPackage
3) work with JPackage to deal with divergences thereby fixing other
I think we're well on the way towards solving 1) above. 2) will fall
out of that and the many contributors to *both* Fedora and JPackage can
take the changes and present them in JPackage forums and deal with 3).
Then we can deal with the actual hard problems of merging
contributions/contributors, inter-leaving of repos, etc.