>> Since you're the one who wants hints, that's kind of up to you to define.
>> Write a specification and make a proposal.
> What is the point of writing a proposal if there is a threat of "will be
> rejected" if one of the people who would do the rejection doesn't at least
> outline what would be acceptable?

Oh come on Mark, you have been here long enough to know how this works.
You define what you would like to see and submit it for feedback.
-Hackers submit feedback, you refine and the cyle continues till either
-hackers determine it just isn't going to happen (packages), the would
be hacker gives up, or a workable plan comes out of the discussion.

Joshua D. Drake

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