blends 0.6.100ubuntu2 source package in Ubuntu


blends (0.6.100ubuntu2) bionic; urgency=medium

  * Add support for Bionic and remove support for unsupported releases.

 -- Bhavani Shankar <email address hidden>  Thu, 26 Oct 2017 10:04:07 +0530

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Bhavani Shankar on 2017-10-27
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Bionic release on 2017-10-27 universe devel


Bionic: [FULLYBUILT] amd64


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blends_0.6.100ubuntu2.dsc 1.6 KiB 867a91bfe746a8a47cff8b12b958b98691b5002b43924c2f687b9108d2b8a6b3

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blends-common: No summary available for blends-common in ubuntu cosmic.

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blends-dev: Debian Pure Blends common files for developing metapackages

 This package makes life easier when packaging metapackages. Perhaps
 this will also encourage other people to build metapackages if there are
 easy to use templates where only the packages, the metapackage is depending
 from, to insert into the right place.

blends-doc: Debian Pure Blends documentation

 This paper is intended to people who are interested in the philosophy
 of Debian Pure Blends and the technique which is used to
 manage those projects.
 It is explained in detail why these are no forks from Debian but reside
 completely inside the Debian GNU distribution and which
 advantages can be gathered by this approach. The concept of
 metapackages and user role based menus is explained. In short: This
 document describes why Debian Pure Blends are important to
 the vitality and quality of Debian.

blends-tasks: Debian Pure Blends tasks for new installations

 This package installs a choice of a default installation for each
 Debian Pure Blend when run from the Debian installer. The
 installation includes the tasks package of the blend, so a subsequent
 invocation of tasksel enables the choice of individual tasks.
 The package is intended to be installed in the base system. Later
 (un)installation is harmless, but has no effect.