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Re: independant project
Sounds like it could be very useful, especially if you are able to develop
certain things at the same time.
Given that such a release would be small in distribution, user-base, and
new code (i.e. no big UI), it would likely be an ideal way to learn how
best to do these things.
What I'd recommend is that you work towards developing the Core/Layers
idea, as well as developing the entire distribution in CVS with appropriate
support code to handle unstable/stable/release and the myriad of versions.
I have many ideas in that area, and I'd love to have a small-scale test bed
in which to develop them.
If possible, I would like to keep SEUL involved in this project, not just
for content, but for method. Developing a special-purpose distribution in
parallel with developing the necessary support will allow SEUL to do the
right thing the first time. It'll also help you get it done faster.... :)
If you have a basic requirements doc, post it here, and we can discuss how
to proceed. I think developing this would be a logical project for
dev-distrib to help with, *before* building our own.
Erik Walthinsen <email@example.com> - SEUL Project system architect
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