I know openalchemist is there. I have it installed. I maintain
ostrichriders and btbuilder. I alerted the maintainer of shippy to my
updated version of that program.
What I'm interested in knowing, is when something is included in Fedora
but not Debian. This doesn't have to be limited to Fedora and Debian.
They just happen to be the ones I'm looking at. If you give a demo of
say openalchemist at a user group meeting, it would be nice to be able
to say it is available on Fedora and FreeBSD but not Debian. There is a
PPA for Ubuntu.
I stumbled on this wiki page for Debian which compared it to Fedora 20
but I have no idea how up to date it is:
On Tue, 2019-08-13 at 15:23 +0000, Anderson, Charles R via WLUG wrote:
openalchemist has recent builds in Fedora:
shippy, ostrichriders, btbuilder are all there as well.
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