Donnie Berkholz wrote:
On 20:11 Mon 04 Feb     , Jonas Bernoulli wrote:
Thinking about it again I would say tags and categories just fulfill
different purposes. Tags can not replace categories but might be a
useful extension to categories for the tasks I described, not more not
less. They are not better or worse, just different:)

Why don't you think they can replace categories?

For example:
# eix -e fuse
* app-emulation/fuse
     Description:         Free Unix Spectrum Emulator by Philip Kendall

* dev-java/fuse [1]
Description: Fuse is a lightweight resource injection library specifically designed for GUI programming.

* sys-fs/fuse
Description: An interface for filesystems implemented in userspace.

Also imagine all those packages sorted into subdirs just by first character of the name (because having them all in one huge dir would be murder), yuck :)

Vlastimil Babka (Caster)

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