Isn't what they are trying to achieve very similar to the aims of Gentoo? A
combined source and binary package management system that also handles
problems like mulitple, incompatible libraries? Conary changesets sounds a
bit like the Gentoo sandbox.
On Thursday 15 July 2004 18:26, Justin Mason wrote:
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P at draigBrady.com writes:
> Just noticed that 10 of the origonal redhat guys have
> started a new company called specifix based around:
>http://www.linuxsymposium.org/2004/view_abstract.php?content_key=141> They include, Erik Troan, Kim Knuttila, Matthew Wilson,
> Michael Johnson. http://www.specifixinc.com/index.html
Wow, that looks *really* cool. whitepaper:
Not sure exactly how that'd make a new company viable, but hey!
good luck to them.
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