How many repositories does it take to screw in a lightbulb?
Cees De Groot
cdegroot at gmail.com
Sat Oct 22 18:24:27 UTC 2005
Sure. It makes sense.
On 10/22/05, Simon Michael <simon at joyful.com> wrote:
> Glad you like it.. perhaps I'd add one more:
> - Images are the primary means we use to get code, and sometimes
> content, into the hands of users. They are like a snapshot of a running
> system - as if someone installed a linux distribution plus packages of
> interest, configured everything, started a bunch of applications
> running, did a suspend-to-disk and shipped you the disk so you could
> resume where they left off. A number of images are maintained and
> released periodically, including the official squeak images (3.7, 3.8,
> 3.9...), the squeakland images (05, 06...) and project-specific images
> (croquet, tweak, seaside, smallwiki, spoon...).
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