forked-daapd to replace mt-daapd
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On 10/11/2010 08:12 AM, Matej Cepl wrote:
> mt-daapd in Fedora (and EPEL) is nothing than life of pain (crashes,
> sudden unexaplained stops, etc.) and its upstream is dead.
> There is now fork of it (http://blog.technologeek.org/category/hacks/
> forked-daapd) which shows some life and hope it could be acutally
> maintained by somebody who at least pretends to know what he is doing (I
> have no way how to evaluate his abilities in better way not being a C
> programmer myself).
> Therefore I would suggest to rename and rebase mt-daapd in Fedora to
> I have created forked-daapd branch in fedpkg mt-daapd repo with forked-
> daapd.spec and I have also collected all known to me patches against mt-
> daapd (branches fedora and ensureUTF8; the latter I will try to push
> upstream) to my repo git://gitorious.org/forked-daapd/forked-daapd.git
> Of course, I expect, that this will require new Package Review.
> Comments, objections? Does anybody else do the same?
Being that it's a different upstream project now, you need to create a
new package in Fedora. Once that's reviewed and included in the
packageset, you should raise the question of default inclusion with FESCo.
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