Or at least initiated.
Blurb description change has to wait a while longer.
Nils Gillmann transcribed 2.5K bytes:
> Christian Grothoff transcribed 4.1K bytes:
> > On 06/28/2018 04:13 PM, Nils Gillmann wrote:
> > > link in line 1 returns:
> > >
> > > package: gnunet
> > > doc-category: Internet
> > > doc-summary: Secure, decentralized, peer-to-peer networking framework
> > > doc-url: http://gnunet.org/book
> > > gplv3-status: depends-on-mysql (gnumaint-reply 20 Aug 2007 20:40:48)
> > Should be corrected to AGPLv3+. (or 'yes').
> > > activity-status: ok 201404008 (0.10.1, java-0.10.1, gtk-0.10.1,
> > > fuse-0.10.0/20131222)
> > >
> > > package: libextractor
> > > logo: /software/libextractor/extractor_logo.png
> > > doc-category: Audio
> > > doc-summary: Library to extract meta-data from media files
> > > doc-url: htmlxref
> > > gplv3-status: depends-on-gnunet (gnumaint-reply 20 Aug 2007 20:40:48)
> > Should be corrected to GPLv3+. (or 'yes').
> > > activity-status: stale 20131223 (1.3)
> > >
> > > package: libmicrohttpd
> > > copyright-holder: notfsf
> > > language: c
> > > doc-category: Libraries
> > > doc-summary: C library implementing an HTTP 1.1 server
> > > doc-url: /software/libmicrohttpd/manual/
> > > gplv3-status: depends-on-gnunet-lgplv2.1+
> > Should be LGPLv3+.
> > > For 1 I propose to correct the doc-url entry, we already have a first
> > > initial state of https://docs.gnunet.org publicly accessible.
> > Sure.
> > > license status does only reflect the latest release (maybe its intended
> > > to be that way?).
> > No, it's just way outdated.
> > > libextractor is not stale in development.
> > And had more recent releases.
> > > lmhd had more recent releases I think.
> > Yes, 0.9.59 by now.
> > > For 2: Let us rewrite the text. I've seen that you were active at the new
> > > website with a small fitting description, and we should sync that. The
> > > current package description was adjusted by myself at some point in the
> > > last couple of years.
> > Well, that sounds like you know _how_ to do this, so please do! :-)
> Thanks for you reply.
> I know who to call (not the Ghostbusters).
> That's all. I'll see what I can achieve.
> I think we wait for adjusting the description
> text of gnunet until the new website is online
> and the description text production ready? At
> least that's what I would do.
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