On Fri, 2014-01-03 at 15:32 +0000, Dejan Lekic wrote:
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> Russel, I am aware of that, but RPM Fusion is an unofficial 
> (although admittedly often used) repository. If RPMFusion is our 
> only choice I would rather use RPM directly from www.dlang.org .

Can't we do both?

For myself, I am not really wanting to explicitly download RPMs and put
them in my own local RPM store, though I do do this, I'd prefer them to
appear (magically :-). I already have RPM Fusion in my Yum search list –
Nvidia put all their non-free things in there, ditto AMD.

The alternative is to set up an RPM database of all the D things as
there is for Debian debs. Then people can just add the repository and
Yum does the rest.

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