[Fedora-packaging] I wish to package some CC licensed content ...
steve at lonetwin.net
Wed Feb 18 01:08:35 UTC 2009
Most of my reading these days is done on my laptop. This includes both tech
(docs and tutorial types) as well as non-tech books.
So, I was pleasantly surprised when I saw 'diveintopython' listed in my yum
search listings (I was searching for comic book readers).
I like the idea of being able to 'yum install' or 'yum search', or even 'yum
groupinsatall' books (or any CC content for that matter, eg: music, video
..etc). If packaging such content is encouraged, I'd gladly package most of the
CC content I've accumulated.
Does Fedora has a policy or guideline about these things ?
 I don't think the Kindle ...or any other dedicated ebook reader for that
matter, is worth the investment right now
PS: Since I just subscribed to this list to ask the question above, I might as
well also request someone to please review the following packages I've
submitted, and sponsor me if possible. They've been languishing for some time now:
Linux Centric Marketplace: http://www.tuxcompatible.com
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