On 06/18/2010 09:48 AM, LI Rui Bin wrote:
> On 06/18/2010 09:33 PM, Nathaniel McCallum wrote:
>> On 06/18/2010 09:08 AM, Robin 'cheese' Lee wrote:
>>> Hello, all!
>>> And the foundations and first floors of this skyscraper is Zope2 and its
>>> dependencies, which I have built up. The latest version of Zope2 is
>>> All the spec files are accessible through my git repo:
>>> And an yum repo (i686 and SRPM) for F-13 is also available:
>>> Steps to make a trivial test:
>>> $ wget http://cheeselee.fedorapeople.org/yum/zope-cheese.repo
>>> $ su -c "cp zope-cheese.repo /etc/yum.repos.d/"
>>> $ su -c "yum install zope"
>>> $ su -c "service zope start"
>>> $ xdg-open http://localhost:8080/
>>> The 'zope' package itself is most kept under the same conventions of the
>>> legacy 2.10.x 'zope' package.
>>> So, you can see, there are about 70 source packages to be review.
>>> And I hope for the co-maintainership of following packages, which are
>>> required by Zope2:
>>> Other Zope2 applications including Plone and other related frameworks
>>> like Grok and Zope3(BlueBream) are not yet touched. But I should have
>>> the ambition to get them to Fedora, and even more importantly, to
>>> And after all, any help or instruction is really wanted.
>> This is awesome! I've already started packaging Zenoss's bundled
>> deps. Zope 2.12 was close to next on my list. I'm sure we can work
>> together as soon as Ian Weller approves my sponsorship.
> That's good. So you may also make an yum repo depending on my zope repo,
> to let others know the final target of your work.
Do you have a page for the TODO of the zope project? Does it have links
to all the package review tickets? I could certainly use the info on
our Zenoss page: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Zenoss
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