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[fix] Burry some package with no plan to be maintained #627

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zamentur commented Nov 29, 2018

Here i suggest to remove some apps from the community list.
I have not removed jappix cause the app is working. We probably miss a way to indicate an app is deprecated.

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JimboJoe commented Nov 29, 2018

I'm OK with burying applications for which the upstream is definitely dead (like shout which has been forked and abandoned).
I think we shouldn't burry applications if that's not the case: for instance, owncloud is still maintained and "may" someday be more attractive than it is today versus Nextcloud. And that day, we want the volunteer owncloud app packager to know this package existed... Don't we? 😄

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I agree with @JimboJoe : Owncloud and etherpad lite are still maintained.

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maniackcrudelis commented Nov 29, 2018

Agree with JimboJoe and frju365

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zamentur commented Dec 14, 2018

etherpadlite_ynh has not been updated since 4 years... The package etherpadmypad seems replace it.
About owncloud it's like you want.

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alexAubin commented Dec 19, 2018

Bump :s

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JimboJoe commented Dec 19, 2018

@frju365 in particular 😉

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frju365 commented Dec 19, 2018

For etherpad lite, I'm still against. But, as we have etherpad_mypads which have better features, it's ok.

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frju365 commented Dec 19, 2018

@maniackcrudelis : Can etherpad_mypads replace totally etherpad_lite ? (or do we must maintain it too ?)

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