Are you a super ninja packager ?



 
In order to make Fusion release happen we have decided to call in our super secret weapon of last resort – super ninja packagers. Yes that means you.
 
If you have done RPM packages this is going to be easy task for you and will help Fusion Linux to make a release and to start kicking some serious butt.
 

 

What’s in it for you?
Okay, okay, we get it. You’re a Fedora contributor and packaging master, and you’ve got things to do – why would you bother helping out with this? Let’s do a quick run-down of what’s in it for you:

    * From now on you will be addressed as Fusion Linux Super Ninja Packager, and you can use your new title in every email you send out
    * You will get mentioned in Fusion release notes and a big thank you will be posted in Fusion Linux blog
    * You will sharpen your packaging skills and be on your way to becoming a real packaging Zen master

 
Your mission
Your mission, if you choose to accept it, will be to create RPM package with new Fusion icon theme, new Metacity theme and an easy one – repackage one existing package. Easy, right?
 
Any volunteers? Please come to our mailing list and help out..
 

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2 Responses to Are you a super ninja packager ?

  1. not really related to this post, but I just wanted to ask you before I forgot about it again – are you building Fusion images with the Poulsbo driver packages included? If not you really should as it’ll let Fusion work out-of-the-box with native drivers on Poulsbo machines, which is nice.

    all you really have to do is make sure the images include the xorg-x11-drv-psb package and everything else should happen magically. I did a little test build of an updated F14 live image with the xorg-x11-drv-psb package added from Fusion repos and it does indeed generate a live image which boots to the psb driver on a machine with a poulsbo chipset.

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