Opkg.org?! (was: Re: [SHR-unstable] Neote 0.2.0 released)

Marcel tanuva at googlemail.com
Thu Jul 9 00:55:48 CEST 2009

What comes to my mind seeing the google code link there:
Please, everyone who writes code out there: Put your packages up on 
opkg.org so that people like me get new versions of your software when you 
release them.
This way here each and every package gets downloaded separately from gcode 
or somewhere else and we have to check manually for updates (which at 
least I don't have time and motivation to do).


Am Donnerstag, 9. Juli 2009 00:44:35 schrieb Valery Febvre:
> Hello,
> Neote 0.2.0 was released.
> Changes:
>      * Added "Search" through notes
> Package: http://neote.googlecode.com/files/neote_0.2.0-r0_all.ipk
> Neote is a note taking application.
> Its interface aims to be easy and finger friendly.
> It's written in Python/Elementary and uses SQLite for storing data.
> Notes can be organized using custom categories that you can add, rename
> and delete at any time.
> It should run on any system with a revision of python-elementary equal
> or greater to 40756.
> I think that SHR-unstable is the only candidate.
> Homepage: http://code.google.com/p/neote/
> Screenshots: http://code.google.com/p/neote/wiki/Screenshots

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