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--- Comment #3 from John J. McDonough <wb8rcr(a)arrl.net> 2009-06-04 14:03:18 EDT
I think we've pushed pretty hard to get the RPMs from Publican
upstream and approved by Fedora. I'm not sure what else we need to
do to just spit out the RPMs as I thought all our problems had been
I was under the impression that we were going after the RPM naming issue, but
hadn't thought about multiple language RPMs. Based on last night's meeting
not sure we even know whether we will produce single-language RPMs or multiple
like we do now. And then of course there is the issue of multiple docs in one
RPM with different targets (as in f-r-n currently).
I didn't think we were just going to point to an html. Errr...
talking about local html or pointing it to a website somewhere?
Ahh context. Currently, we use yelp to display the release notes and
about-fedora. I gathered last night there was some concensus to move away from
that toward HTML on disk and a menu item pointing to it. Publican will do that
in a Publican-generated RPM, but it will do that for one language and it isn't
at all clear that if multiple languages are installed it knows how to change
that entry for the currently logged in language (as yelp does).
Even if we decide on one RPM per language, I think we need to address the case
of multiple languages installed on one PC. Perhaps Publican magically deals
with all this, but I haven't seen any evidence so I'm skeptical. Should it?
Absolutely! But it does seem like it may be asking a lot.
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