scarlett.gately.clark at gmail.com
Sun Apr 24 02:21:34 UTC 2016
The ppas *I* use is staging*
And backports for well backports.
Do what you will for all others.
On Apr 23, 2016 19:06, "Clay Weber" <clay at claydoh.com> wrote:
> I wonder if it is worth it to re-group our PPAs more like it used to be
> The kubuntu-ppa launchpad page(1) used to contain basically:
> I think it causes confusion and more, not counting possible packaging
> when a larger group of people mix and match things.
> I think it might be prudent to just stick to
> and move *all* landing and staging ppas to a different page or pages, ones
> less or un-advertised.
> As we have not done any KDE/Plasma beta work for some time, the
> might not be useful anymore. Experimental might be useful to have around,
> PPAs that are not official nor supported or possibly unstable should be
> mixed in
> with the PPAs we actively support and promote. I think it might make
> down issues a bit easier, and make it less likely for dependency hell to
> its wrath.
> Why did we start moving PPAs to the main page?
> Are there administrative actions that are worth having it as it currently
> What are the negatives of separating things into different launchpad pages?
> Am I proposing something that may not be helpful to users and the team at
> (1) https://launchpad.net/~kubuntu-ppa
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