Re: About the mini-howto I'm writing

On Thu, 2002-09-19 at 22:29, Bill Haneman wrote:
> Yes, that's certainly true!  And true of GNOME-2 in general, so it will
> be nice if and when something like RPMs of gnome-2.X are available for
> folks who aren't core GNOME hackers to test.  In conjunction with
> "devtools" RPMs, this would lower barriers to hacking and enhancing our
> assistive technologies and other accessibility support.
> But at the moment I think we don't have quite enough support in the
> "stable" (2.0.X) branch for end-user accessibility, and it's probably
> too early to expect "RPMs" from GNOME 2.1.  Perhaps after the November 1
> "chill"/freeze date ?  It would mean that someone would have to
> volunteer to create and upload these RPMs...
> Any volunteers?


I might be willing to volunteer.  I don't have a lot of time, but I'm
willing to give a little of it if there is something you thing I can do
to help.

I wouldn't know where to start with creating RPMs but I'm a fast learner
and if someone is willing to 'hold my hand' so to speak I'm willing to
give it a try.

Alternatively, my time might be better used maintaining a web site, or
something along those lines.

Got a moment to talk to me and see where I fit in? ;-]


> -Bill
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