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- To ensure a vibrant and quality area for community open source software.
- To have at least one repository which contains software of such quality that vendors (such as Nokia) who would be willing to ship it enabled on devices out-of-the-box.
- To work towards having applications within the community repositories be able to be classed as "MeeGo Compliant".
- Management of the community OBS, the repositories it hosts, and the packages contained within it.
- Policies and procedures (including QA) governing the repositories.
- Align policies where possible, to ease the path for packages from the community repositories to the MeeGo trunk as well as application stores such as Ovi or AppUp.
- Work with the compliance folks on an approach acceptable to all on third-party software compliance
- Niels Breet (X-Fade)
- David Greaves (lbt)
- TBC (a MeeGo architect)
- TBC (a developer, like Graham Cobb/Shane Bryan/so many others)
- TBC (someone to help with the work ;-))
This blog post attempts to summarise the position as at Jan 2011. The content is intended to be used as a basis for discussion and is being wikified.
- Apps covers the area around the MeeGo Apps store
- OBS is about the OBS and policies and technology there
- Teams is for collaborative team areas
- Surrounds discusses the idea of how typical opensource code sharing can be managed in a distro-like manner around MeeGo.