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seth vidal wrote:
you're right,will we find "pup" here ? http://linux.duke.edu/projects/no, pup is a project paul nasrat(primarily) is working on at red hat.- edit existing yum.repos.d files - add new repos, evtl. by clicking on http://somwhere.org/repository/addthisyumrepo.file - overview|enable|disable repos - sort packages|groups by: installdate, install-source, name, size, ... - whichcd [RFE] - /usr/share/comps-extras/whichcd.py pckg1 pkg2 group1 group2 - show package|group dependencies (is it possible to access the rpm database via odbc ?) - sources (evtl. createrepo): cd (distri-cds, additional-cds), iso-file, ftp, http, webdav, nfs, ... - different themesokay so let's think about this. Paul is writing an updater. It let's you select packages to update and it presents you the information in a non-threatening manner. All of the features you mention above are extremely threatening to the new user. Why on earth would we clutter up an interface with something like themes for an updater? -sv
How about having a default simple non-threatening interface and an advance user interface that give more power options. Some of the requested feature fit into the threshold on an intermediate user and I think are something that new user will need and want to learn to do. We just have to be a little friendlier in how we present them to the new user.
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