Talk:How to use and edit comps.xml for package groups

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(Name Change: already a redirect and see [[Help:Wiki_structure#Page_naming)
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:There's already a redirect from [[comps.xml]] back here and according to [[Help:Wiki_structure#Page_naming|the page naming guidelines]], the general rule appears to be that we should use longer more descriptive titles. --[[User:Alexlan|Alexlan]] 18:31, 23 June 2010 (UTC)
 
:There's already a redirect from [[comps.xml]] back here and according to [[Help:Wiki_structure#Page_naming|the page naming guidelines]], the general rule appears to be that we should use longer more descriptive titles. --[[User:Alexlan|Alexlan]] 18:31, 23 June 2010 (UTC)
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== Langpacks ==
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There's a notice in the Language-support groups that it's been (partly) obsoleted by yum-langpacks—shouldn't we add a section called Langpacks for this? I had to ask on #fedora-devel to figure out what to do for my package to be properly supported by yum-langpacks.

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Name Change

I believe the name for this article is too verbose. "comps.xml" seems more appropriate, but I'm not an expert by any means on this. Thoughts? Dafrito 22:32, 21 June 2010 (UTC)

There's already a redirect from comps.xml back here and according to the page naming guidelines, the general rule appears to be that we should use longer more descriptive titles. --Alexlan 18:31, 23 June 2010 (UTC)

Langpacks

There's a notice in the Language-support groups that it's been (partly) obsoleted by yum-langpacks—shouldn't we add a section called Langpacks for this? I had to ask on #fedora-devel to figure out what to do for my package to be properly supported by yum-langpacks.