1.7 planning: MIT's Seed Projects

Ken Raeburn raeburn at MIT.EDU
Wed Jan 31 19:41:42 EST 2007

On Jan 22, 2007, at 14:30, Sam Hartman wrote:
> misc:
>     * jettison application subtree to third party maintainers

For clarification: I'm pretty sure this means to include telnet, ftp,  
appl/bsd and libpty, and wouldn't include the simple client programs  
like kinit, klist, etc.  But:
  * should the sample apps (gss-sample, sample, simple, user_user)  
stay in the tree as examples and/or for testing?
  * should ksu be considered an application and pushed out?

Personally, I'd say "yes" to the latter, and probably to the first  
though we may want to stop installing some of those programs by  
default, or move them out of $bindir.


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