On Tue, Dec 23, 2008 at 12:38 AM, Sebastian Nowicki firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
The only downside to this that I see is the loss of the political separation of community from the official repositories. There always seemed to be a wall between the two, with community being an "unsupported" repository. If this repository shows up on the main website, it would seem as though it is officially supported. I'm not sure how that affects the developers.
Personally, I see that as a massive upside. The wall between TUs and normal developers can be really annoying. Community is already officially supported anyway since it's enabled by default now, if TUs are treating community as though it's not official they're treating it wrong.