Packaging CASA RPM's

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Hi Scott,

I was looking online and noticed that you were packaging CASA rpms for NRAO
on redhat.

A group of us are currently trying to get astronomy packages working on
Mageia, Fedora, and Debian, and we were wondering how far you've gotten and
what support might be useful to you.

The project that I'm working on is to get as many astronomy packages into
the official distribution of Mageia 4.  Having astronomy packages supported as
a main part of the distribution rather than as a third party maintained add on
has lots of advantages.  If you have Redhat src.rpms built, I can see that the
major CASA packages make it into Mageia 4 which is going into alpha now
and should come out early next year.

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