On Fri, 2008-07-25 at 13:55 -0500, Rex Dieter wrote:
> Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:
> > Well, naturally it's up to me, but I was hoping for some insight into
> > the relationship between the various repos. 
> kde-redhat is a personal repo of mine. essentially the "rawhide of kde", 
> where I sometimes put the latest kde bits built for fedora releases (like 
> F-9, F-8) and/or other experimental stuff before it lands in official fedora 
> updates or updates-testing.
> Any problems or conflicts between fedora and kde-redhat's stable/testing 
> repos are considered a bug, and I will do my best to fix these asap.
> kde-redhat's unstable repos are on-par with rawhide, experimental, sometimes 
> solid (and sometimes not), expect breakage from time to time.  Any 
> field-testing or feedback provided here greatly helps the development process.
> In this particular case, I built and provided kde-4.0.99 (and earlier) pkgs 
> prior to building anything officially for fedora.  The aforementioned 
> official pending updates will supercede (and upgrade) most everything from 
> kde-redhat (stable/testing).  kde-redhat/unstable will continue to track kde 
> rawhide/F-10 development, so it'll continue to have stuff lacking in official 
> F-9 updates, including (kde4) apps like amarok2, koffice2, digikam.

Thanks for your efforts Rex.


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