Re: Moving an existing rpmfusion package into Fedora
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On 05/24/2012 11:13 AM, Jonathan Dieter wrote:
Sure - however we should still implement alternatives in the qtractor-freeworld package right? (btw review is approved in Fedora already - although I've pulled the update for the moment)On Thu, 2012-05-24 at 10:18 +0200, Brendan Jones wrote:To cater for existing RPMFusion users, I can be clear in the changelog / update notes that this Fedora package is replacing the one in qtractor and they should install qtractor-freeworld if MP3 support is desired. Sound OK?I don't have a strong opinion either way, but if I was implementing it, I'd follow the following steps: 1. Push qtractor-freeworld into RPM Fusion and have it obsolete qtractor 2. Finish getting qtractor reviewed in Fedora 3. A week or two after (1) happens (and *before* qtractor gets pushed to testing in Fedora), remove the obsoletes from qtractor-freeworld 4. Build qtractor in Fedora The advantage of this process is that most RPM Fusion qtractor users get qtractor-freeworld automatically (and the longer the obsoletes is left in, the more RPM Fusion users get qtractor-freeworld).
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