[openBmap] Version 0.2.0 released of the GSM cell, GPS logger
kimaidou at gmail.com
Sat Apr 4 17:35:02 CEST 2009
Thanks a lot for this !
I will report bugs if I see any.
2009/4/3 Onen <onen.om at free.fr>
> ok, thanks for the explanations.
> Here you go:
> Let me know if you see errors, possible improvements, etc...
> kimaidou wrote:
> > Hi
> > About the advantages of opkg.org <http://opkg.org>
> > * a software dedicated website, so that I can easily know the new and
> > updated softs with rss feeds (I don't have to filter the new entries in
> > the openmoko wiki and get lost among the amount of information)
> > * a small description for each software (you can do this on a wiki page,
> > I know), and each soft has the same description page template
> > * at the moment, there is a small number of distro (SHR and OM are the
> > most used), but this does not say that it will stay forever, so it could
> > be hard to ask the developper of each new platform to integrate it on
> > the repos
> > * a lot of visitors
> > * you do not have to store the ipk on opkg. A link or description to
> > your repo is OK . So you can do both : put a description on opkg, and
> > put the package in the distro feeds
> > I believe a portal containing a updated list of all softwares is great
> > for the users who are not always connected to the mailing lists and
> > wikis. For example, I saw the Hackable:A developpers have released a
> > great rss reader application (
> > https://trac.hackable1.org/trac/wiki/FeedReader ) . It could be used by
> > users using another debian based distribution (fyp or other), but there
> > is no way for them to know. If this app was in opkg, everyone would know
> > (I know, this is not a good examplen, as opkg is only for ipk package
> > and not deb, but you understand the meaning :D )
> > Cheers
> > Kimaidou
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