[pkg-fso-maint] new install targets: minimal + games
steffen_moeller at gmx.de
Mon Feb 23 23:56:34 UTC 2009
Jos vd Snepscheut wrote:
> The aim is good, but I?m not sure if such a script pill approach is best
> there. People don?t learn from using them (besides their own new
> Wouldn?t the same information not be more appropriate in a HOWTO? A
> section on the Wikipage or a subpage? With commands to copy?n?paste?
> Why not doing both and let the (new) user make out what to use?
I have promised to look at d-i and the past series of emails truly motivates doing so.
My motivation install.sh is that the outcome is likely to be that we no longer read
something like the neo not being fully functional or that one needs to invest much time to
get the phone running. And it is a means for communication between ourselves about what is
If the idea of the pills is that regular end users should execute them, then I am opposing
the idea. Install.sh should offer a collection of pills readily integrated - only the
right pills. For diversification it is too early, I think. We should decide about what
should available for an end user and then help each other with bug reports to increase
If the pills are yet another means for communication, then of course I don't mind. But
this will then substitute/extend wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Debian, right?
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