On Wed, 2006-05-24 at 00:20 -0700, Michael A. Peters wrote:
tetex has been EOL'd by upstream.
I don't know what the Red Hat maintainer intends to do for FC6 - but
clearly at some point the bit rot is going to demand moving to something
else, probably texlive (which is what Debian is doing).
I'm assuming this means a namespace change for tetex packages.
I personally would suggest a namespace that is tex distribution neutral.
The TDS is pretty much what all modern open source tex implementations
follow and are going to follow, so it makes sense (to me anyway) to use
a neutral namespace, like maybe texmf or something.
Either texmf- or just tex- seem ok to me.
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