I am obviously missing something, so I'm gonna just sit back and watch the list now. When I look at the package names at: http://download.fedora.us/fedora/fedora/3/i386/RPMS.os/ That's why I said I had never seen the naming convention followed. I realize there aren't enough hours in the day to get everything done, but when the information I have found on naming convention doens't match what I see the repo's, that is where my statement comes from. I understand what you are saying, but that doesn't match what is shown on the website, and how am I supposed to know that what is on the website is wrong and outdated ? If there is a new one I'd like to see it because I'm obviously confused and would like to understand how things are going to work. I'm not trying to start a fight or anything, just I'm very confused and have been willing to help push snort out and contribute what little I can to opensource. For now I'll just sit and watch and maybe I can learn something since I seem to be doing more harm than good. Dan > Daniel, please stop here acting like this. I wrote explicitly that > _all_ packages in fedora.us adhere to those naming guidelines. See > quote below. > > With regard to the old fedora.us Wiki, it's closed and no longer > updated. See Wiki main page. And yes, in the newer fedoraproject.org > Wiki, the same information could be removed. But every day has just > 24 hours, developers are busy with other stuff, and hardly anyone > did miss the changes in Fedora pre-Extras and CVS.
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