Gentoo Archives: gnap-dev

From: "josé Alberto Suárez López" <bass@g.o>
To: gnap-dev@l.g.o
Subject: Re: [gnap-dev] World domination!
Date: Mon, 30 Apr 2007 07:42:25
In Reply to: Re: [gnap-dev] World domination! by Sune Kloppenborg Jeppesen
El dom, 29-04-2007 a las 23:33 +0200, Sune Kloppenborg Jeppesen
> Hi everybody, > > Finally I'm home from vacation:-)
Great :) Canarias was nice?
> On Tuesday 24 April 2007 09:43, josé Alberto Suárez López wrote: > > What about 2 trees? core and extras. > > > > - Core will be maintained by a reduced group of dev and must be quite > > stable. between releases only will have security updates/bug fixing. > > This tree must be the minimal necessary to build gnap + some basic > > tools/servers/packages > > > > - Extras will more open and will have more ebuilds, so ever must depend > > on ebuild on core. > This is more or less how I already maintain my private GNAP sources. > > I have a GNAP base with a minimal Portage snapshot and overlays+specs for > various other alternatives (Asterisk/Load balancer/MythTV). Unfortunately > this leaves a lot of duplicates in the spec files. An inheritance/tree based > approach like profiles would probably cut down on a lot of duplicates. I > could perhaps just use different profiles and leave the GNAP files more or > less empty, but a 100% GNAP approach might be better. > > I also have Thierry's scripts to make minimal snapshots (with a few fixes of > my own).
So want you to do this :)
> Besides overlays we also need some place to hold stage/portage tarballs.
We also need a place to mirror all files required by gnap-overlay. SO i'm waiting a reply from gentoo-infra :) -- gnap-dev@g.o mailing list


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Re: [gnap-dev] World domination! Sune Kloppenborg Jeppesen <jaervosz@g.o>