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Re: [GTG] Re: [ITP] Numeric-24.2

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Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> I'm not exactly against these categories, but I'm not sure it's already
> worth to consider yet another categories for these groups of packages.
> It might become interesting if the number of perl/python "sub"packages
> grow in number.  How many of these packages do we have per these
> languages right now?  AFAICS, 3 for perl and 2 for Python.

That's for right now.  But look at most linux distributions, and you'll
see that they include a large number of such packages, warranting their
own category.  My Cygwin Ports repository currently contains 90+ Perl
modules and ~40 Python modules, and while there's not reason for all of
them to be in a distribution, I think many are eventual candidates.

In the short term, I would like to contribute the GNOME Perl and Python
bindings and the PyQt bindings.  This would make for a total of ~15 Perl
and 10+ Python modules.

So based on that potential, I would like to see these categories added
now, particularly as they are already Debian categories.

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