[IAEP] packaging sugar in all major distros

Gary C Martin gary at garycmartin.com
Tue Jan 13 07:52:22 EST 2009

On 13 Jan 2009, at 10:59, Tomeu Vizoso wrote:

> Hi all,
> have just created a page where to track the packaging effort in each  
> distro:
> http://sugarlabs.org/go/DevelopmentTeam/Packaging
> If packagers were so kind to maintain their bits updated, it will give
> an idea to Sugar developers of which platforms are best suited to test
> the development release of Sugar. So we can direct to those when
> someone volunteers to do some Sugar testing.
> I'm a bit worried about the amount of testing we are going to get in
> 0.83, as OLPC used to test development releases in their joyride
> builds but that's probably not going to happen at time for the 0.84
> release.

Oh my, so does this mean OLPC no longer have the skills left needed to  
make XO distro builds of Sugar? They're not even 'downstream' any  
more? Or did I miss-read and it is just that there's no head-count  
left for putting in testing/QA hours on said XO distro builds?


> So expect me to bug the distribution teams for updated packages in the
> next weeks ;)
> Thanks,
> Tomeu
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