Spec URL: http://mmahut.fedorapeople.org/reviews/astronomy-bookmarks/astronomy-bookmarks.spec
SRPM URL: http://mmahut.fedorapeople.org/reviews/astronomy-bookmarks/astronomy-bookmarks-1-1.fc8.src.rpm
Description: This package contains the astronomy bookmarks for Fedora.
Somewhere I heard that dist tag is not needed in cross-release noarch packages
(was it screensaver-frogs review?).
Your bookmark file embeds a couple of images/icons. Are you sure those are
Legal team, are these icons an issue? I know we have these also in
15:24:41 spot marek: if you want to keep the icons, you need to get
explicit approval from each trademark holder to
redistribute the icon under the GFDL.
15:25:20 spot marek: and honestly, I'm not sure that Fedora would permit
15:25:34 spot (since the Fedora logo is one of the icons)
Spec file updated, removed icons,
I find no other problems.
New Package CVS Request
Package Name: astronomy-bookmarks
Short Description: Fedora astronomy bookmarks
Cvsextras Commits: yes
Should we really be importing this before firefox is able to handle more than
one bookmarks package? Is there a bug filed on that?
(In reply to comment #7)
> Should we really be importing this before firefox is able to handle more than
> one bookmarks package? Is there a bug filed on that?
There's no bug. Discussion on #fedora-devel has been based on idea that the
bookmark file is included in firefox itself, which is not true. The standard
bookmark file is in separate package default-bookmarks and thus can be excluded
from the spin.
Sure, but then they both provide the same files, so there should be an explicit
"Keep in mind that implicit conflicts are NEVER acceptable. If your package
conflicts with another package, then you must either resolve the conflict, or
mark it with Conflicts:"
(In reply to comment #9)
> Sure, but then they both provide the same files, so there should be an explicit
> 'Conflicts' here?
You're right, completely forgot about it. My spec file and SRPM are updated.
Chris Aillon told me there are no plans to implement multiple-bookmarks-files
capability into Firefox... So I guess this is our only solution even if it's ugly.
Yeah, pretty non ideal. ;( Oh well, sometimes thats the way it goes...
Build. Thank you Lubomir and Kevin for this review.