[Pkg-owncloud-maintainers] [Owncloud] Owncloud updated in ubuntu
thomas.mueller at tmit.eu
Sat May 12 23:58:57 UTC 2012
Am Samstag, dem 12.05.2012 um 22:35 schrieb Paul van Tilburg:
> On Sat, May 12, 2012 at 05:49:07PM +0200, Diederik de Haas wrote:
> > On Saturday 12 May 2012 17:36:02 Damien Raude-Morvan wrote:
> > > Maybe it would be interesting to provide a owncloud-core source package
> I agree. It seems most license problems are related to included apps
> such as user_openid and others. I had already talked about this with
> Thomas earlier on IRC and I think this should be wise. owncloud-core
> could maybe also contain default apps that are made by the owncloud
> team and work well, such as calendar/contacts.
OC4 will be delivered as we know it from previous releases.
But we can still break the single tar ball up into several packages like core, files, contacts ...
This would give the user a greater choice in what to install.
On the other hand we can also decide to drop an app due to e.g. licence issues like openid - right?
> > Related (but not the same): since there's also an owncloud client
> > application, wouldn't it make
> > sense to have an owncloud-server package, so there's also 'room' for
> > an owncloud-client package?
> Well, I still prefer owncloud over owncloud-server, but maybe
> owncloud-server is better given the packages names of other software in Debian.
I'd like to stick with owncloud as well
owncloud could be a virtual package, which pulls the core and set of apps - maybe the default enabled upstream
apps like contacts, calendar, media, text editor and files viewers (image, pdf, odf).
Especially the user backends should be be installed by default.
On installation of an app - we can already enable it.
> Sure, it would be nice to package owncloud-client aswell as maybe
> apps (owncloud-app-*).
full ack on the client - but as stated before there is a long way to go.
One dependency csync was heavily patched and csync upstream did not yet accept all patches - afaik - and no official
release has been scheduled.
> > PS: the wiki and alioth page mention 'contracts', but probably meant
> > is 'contacts'
> A definite case of copy/paste, sorry.... thanks, I have fixed it!
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