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> On 02/27/2012 08:28 AM, Bohuslav Kabrda wrote:
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> >> On 18/01/12 14:01, Bohuslav Kabrda wrote:
> >>> It seems actually, that there are pretty straightforward
> >>> guidelines for renaming packages:
> >>> So if renaming, we will _have to_ re-review. Also, the
> >>> guidelines are pretty clear with the Provides and Obsoletes,
> >>> so it shouldn't really be a problem.
> >>> Bohuslav.
> >> OK,
> >> if renaming is consence, we should implement it right after
> >> branching F17 in devel-tree.
> >> Probably one should write an example .spec, especially taking
> >> care on sane requires, provides.
> >> Maybe we should make a wiki page to coordinate this step
> >> (overview, which package is required to change, which is
> >> changed, etc.
> >> Bohuslav, would you start such a page? We could divide up
> >> reviews. I would volunteer to do some reviews.
> >> Matthias
> > Hi guys, so it seems that we should get this started now, when we
> > have plenty of time for Fedora. I was thinking about this a lot
> > and here is what I came up with: 1) We should create a fpc
> > ticket,
> > that would summarize what we want to do, and more importantly, it
> > would ask fpc to add a section about Django and its plugins to
> > Python packaging guidelines. 2) Then, after approved by fpc, I
> > will
> > create a wiki page that will hold the list of Django
> > plugins/extensions, that were/were not renamed. 3) Then, we
> > should
> > first review python-django, which is already in work , but I
> > believe it might be a good idea to wait for the fpc approval,
> > before we actually approve and push it. 4) Finally, we should do
> > all the other packages. In case some of the packagers are not
> > responsive, we should have a proven packager standing by (I know
> > two personally, so that shouldn't be a problem).
> Sounds like a good plan. I'll be travelling from Wednesday to the
> of the week, and I need to bring the python-django spec that's
> reviewed in sync with our latest Django package (and make some
> already mentioned in the review ticket and in Bohuslav's email),
> I'll have time to do that later this week.
> It'd be great to have this land (mea culpa: I'm the one who
> picked 'Django' as the package name).
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> Michel Alexandre Salim
Here is the FPC ticket, feel free to join the discussion :)
Bohuslav "Slavek" Kabrda.
Ok, so after having this approved, here is the tracking page that I came up with. I'd
like you all to go through it and say if it's ok/discuss things that may not be