Re: Iraf fork?

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2008/5/26 Gerald Henriksen <ghenriks@xxxxxxxxx>:
> On Sun, 25 May 2008 22:12:39 +0200, you wrote:
>>Sergio Pascual wrote:
>>>> If I understood well, our better (and only ?) option if we want IRAF
>>>> in Fedora is to push it to our trac server and work hard, right ? ( i
>>>> do not consider the waiting solution )
>>> Yes, that's my opinion. But I would like to hear some others.
>>Sadly true that it's our last solution.
> An alternative is to not include iraf in Fedora directly but instead
> package it up for RPM Fusion (
> While obviously not ideal it does at least get iraf packaged for
> Fedora, and a project to replace the non-free bits could still go
> ahead without the pressure of getting iraf in as soon as possible.

It looks like a good compromise. But it must be considered only as a
*temporary* solution.

Michael Ughetto (Telimektar)
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