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    True bazaar fashion
    Posted on Sunday, September 09 @ 17:35:36 BST

    In true Bazaar fashion the DP2 code is in our cvs repository at Sourceforge and I invite you to explore it. This is the code so far and most things are implemented, however as DP2 is a community site the engine should be developed by the community. So here is your chance. If you have any problems email me. Submit patches/bugs via the trackers on our project page. The cvs module you want is phoenix-ng. There are lots of bugs anybody could fix, why not try finding them. 🙂

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  • "True bazaar fashion" | Login/Create Account | 8 comments

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    Re: True bazaar fashion (Score: 2, Interesting)
    by Anonymous on Monday, September 10 @ 03:06:50 BST

    Why don't you use savannah?

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    Re: True bazaar fashion (Score: 0)
    by Anonymous on Monday, September 10 @ 17:48:31 BST

    What is this Savannah you speak of?

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    Re: True bazaar fashion (Score: 3, Insighful)
    by ASleep on Monday, September 10 @ 17:57:00 BST
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    Got a point, why not use savannah?

    With all these issues w/ VALinux and the sites the 'own' maybe people should realize that having all our eggs in one basket isn't a good idea.

    Why not set an example DP?

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    Re: True bazaar fashion (Score: 1)
    by rob on Monday, September 10 @ 21:52:46 BST
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    Looks very cool and its a very good idea. Maybe they should publicize their presence more though.

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    Re: True bazaar fashion (Score: 2, Interesting)
    by dale (Dale) on Monday, September 10 @ 08:07:05 BST
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    Are there any .deb files available? It would seem odd to me that debianplanet doesn't have a debian package.

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    Re: True bazaar fashion (Score: 1)
    by rob on Monday, September 10 @ 21:53:26 BST
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    The engine is not ready yet, when it is. Sure we'll have debs but i'm not sure many people will find them useful.

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    Re: True bazaar fashion (Score: 1)
    by ASleep on Tuesday, September 11 @ 06:26:11 BST
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    Yea you ever try apt-get install sourceforge :X boy does that suck!

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    Why reinvent the wheel? (Score: 0)
    by Anonymous on Tuesday, September 11 @ 08:41:33 BST


    have a look at - the project seems to be really promising.

    Perhaps you woul like to join it, instead of doing the work twice!?

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