[arch-general] Dropping Oracle OpenOffice
techlivezheng at gmail.com
Wed Mar 9 02:55:27 EST 2011
2011/3/9 Jude DaShiell <jdashiel at shellworld.net>:
> For such a transition, I think it will be helpful for everybody using
> arch-linux to name aall libri-openoffice packages
> libri-openoffice-supported and all oracle-openoffice packages
> oracle-openoffice-unsupported. Debian at any rate has a playground area
> where unsupported packages go within its repositories as well. That might
> get the message across to even windows users. Certainly if I do a new
> installation of arch-linux I'd want libri-openoffice-supported on my
> system as opposed to anything else.On Tue, 8 Mar 2011, Ng Oon-Ee wrote:
>> On Mon, 2011-03-07 at 22:00 -0600, Thomas Dziedzic wrote:
>> > just an fyi,
>> > openoffice itself is *huge* and now that it is going to be dropped to
>> > the aur, it will most likely lose all audience because of how long it
>> > takes to compile from source. + libreoffice is just a better version
>> > of openoffice imo, so there should really be no one that uses it.
>> People who want openoffice will probably just use the -bin packages?
For Arch Linux,the AUR Repo is UNSUPPORTED，and Offical Repo is always
supported,so i think it is unnecessary to name like that.
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