Fri Oct 26 10:03:55 EDT 2007
I do read the sugar list, I saw Bert's email, and I am definitely guilty
of not having offered a timely reply to your questions. My apologies.
> On 10/25/07, Bert Freudenberg <bert at freudenbergs.de> wrote:
> > Could someone *please* explain and document the current process of
> > getting RPMs and XO bundles into the build?
The list of packages that pilgrim knows to install is at
The current process for RPMS already listed at that location is to
upload an RPM with a higher version number to ~/public_rpms/<build> on
Please, please, please also include the SRPM in that directory alongside
the RPM. We aren't using it yet, but we will be very shortly.
The process for new .xos is to have one of m_stone, c_scott, cjb, or
marcopg apply a patch to
that lists the activity name and to upload the .xo file to
I believe Marco knows how to do this.
We are half-way through the change to our build-tools that is required
to read .xo bundles from ~/public_rpms/<build. I fully expect this
change to land by early next week; it has not yet because the person who
has to integrate it has simply had higher priority bugs (namely, getting
first-boot activation to a deployable state).
Again, sorry for the delay. More details about current speculations for
killing joy will follow this afternoon.
> > Etoys has been broken for weeks now unless I installed the latest
> > bundle manually, just because the XO bundle was not pulled into the
> > build. We're at bundle version Etoys-63 now, the build is still at
> > Etoys-60.
> > A search for "joyride" comes up virtually empty:
> > http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Special:Search?search=joyride
> > And once the joyride build process is explained, could you outline
> > your intents to killing joy, too?
> > - Bert -
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