RPM Group vs. Sugar
2010/1/31 Jussi Lehtola <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> the Sugar activity guidelines
> instruct using Sugar/Activities as the RPM Group. Is using non-standard
> RPM groups in Fedora really allowed? The Creating Package HOWTO suggests
> that it is not, although AFAIK no guideline actually states anything
> about it.
> Of course, RPM groups are not very meaningful anymore as comps are
Let's take a step back. Why are RPM groups necessary anymore?
Moreover, since it's a staticly defined list that runs the risk of
being uselessly out of date in terms of practically named and defined
categories, we either need to keep it up to date upstream, which means
actively pointing out why we need it, or we should ask upstream to
Just my two cents.
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