On 11/08/2009 09:08 PM, Simon Lewis wrote:
Assuming that the user does and will install packages from all 3
(Fedora, RPMFusion and PlanetCCRMA) then there are in fact only 2
differences between the standard fedora spin and a "studio" type spin:
Wait, firstly the spin couldn't be hosted at Fedora if it came with
rpmfusion (or ccrma) repo enabled or with items that are not in Fedora
(ie in rpmfusion or ccrma).
I would prefer to see as many packages as possible in the Fedora and
Sounds like we have a volunteer for continuing the effort to tidy
ccrma packages to fit with fedora, or failing that rpm fusion.
The packages still need third party licensing examination, review
requests, and resolving problems.
We have a list, and Orcan and myself eg picked up a few, but there is a
non-trivial process to be followed; manpower is welcome...
Actually, isn't a spin really a live cd ? Would having the low level
capability active, and apps installed provide anything like a realistic
scenario for budding musicians, when apps need to be loaded from a
livecd image ?
It would also be unclear how many useful things we could fit in a CD
size image (ie by expelling games|graphics|internet (most)|office) ?