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On 23 February 2011 21:02, Daniel A. Rodriguez
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2011/2/23 Matt Sturgeon <>:
A simple pair deb and RPM repositories will keep users (who like to
run LibreOffice as distributed by The Document Foundation, rather than
their distro) up to date, because their computer syncs with the
repository and downloads the package with the highest version number.

I propose the following set of repositories:

nightly| nightly
 beta | beta   --- And RCs
stable | stable

They use standard HTTP so the repo can be anywhere on a TDF webserver,
Great idea!

Does anyone on this list have experience with either/both RPM yup
repositories and/or debian APT repositories?

If so could they step forward and help set this up (and show the Web
Admins and release guys how to maintain them in the long run)?

Could someone who knows the servers find one running something that
can install reprepro, createrepo and a few other packages needed?
Could they also look into getting whoever is going to set this
up/maintain it SSH shell and SFTP access?


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