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offroadgeek
greg2 made a suggestion in this thread about possibly creating an OZ feed. I would be happy to create an OZ feed on the ZUG site (such as http://www.zaurususergroup.org/ozfeed or something like that), but before I do, I want to make sure this is something that the OZ maintainers want this.

This also makes me think of having different feeds for the different models of zaurus. For example, when the 3000 came out, a couple people created threads to list each of the packages that work correctly on that model. Maybe we can take those lists and create a 3000 feed?

I don't necessarily think we need a seperate feed for each model, as I'm sure some consolidation could happen.

Anyone have any additional thoughts on this?

Thanks
Greg2
QUOTE(offroadgeek @ Apr 26 2005, 10:31 AM)
greg2 made a suggestion in this thread about possibly creating an OZ feed.  I would be happy to create an OZ feed on the ZUG site (such as http://www.zaurususergroup.org/ozfeed or something like that), but before I do, I want to make sure this is something that the OZ maintainers want this.

Just to clarify this a bit... I'm referring to 'homemade/converted sharp ipks' that install and work properly with the new sharp-compat libs. These ipks would 'not' be in the 'official' OZ feeds. I believe the main ones would be opera and jeode, so I think it would be a very small feed.

Greg
waalkman
QUOTE(Greg2 @ Apr 26 2005, 06:58 AM)
Just to clarify this a bit... I'm referring to 'homemade/converted sharp ipks' that install and work properly with the new sharp-compat libs. These ipks would 'not' be in the 'official' OZ feeds. I believe the main ones would be opera and jeode, so I think it would be a very small feed.

Greg
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I like the idea, sometimes it's tough to find working apps for a particular ROM.
ev1l
I think a "package update" feed would be actually useful. I'm looking at it from the KDEPIM/PI user point-of-view since that's what I'm involved with, but it seems handy for any app that's updated semi-regularly.
Lists of compatible software are something that's best handled by a repository, not a feed.
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