Re: [blag-devel] [blag-noise] FREEEEE: wicd-1.5.3-1.freeeee…

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Author: jeff
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To: BLAG Linux And GNU Development Discussion
Subject: Re: [blag-devel] [blag-noise] FREEEEE: wicd-1.5.3-1.freeeee:Wireless Internet Connection Daemon
Yaakov Nemoy wrote:
> On Sun, Sep 28, 2008 at 1:03 PM,  <jebba@???> wrote:
>> Name        : wicd                         Relocations: (not relocatable)
>> Version     : 1.5.3                             Vendor: (none)
>> Release     : 1.freeeee                     Build Date: Sun 28 Sep 2008 01:00:28 PM EDT
>> Install Date: (not installed)               Build Host: cruftomatic.blagblagblag.org
>> Group       : System Environment/Base       Source RPM: (none)
>> Size        : 242027                           License: GPLv2
>> Signature   : (none)
>> URL         : https://sourceforge.net/projects/wicd/
>> Summary     : Wireless Internet Connection Daemon
>> Description :
>> wicd was started because of the lack of useful, functional wireless network
>> connection managers in Linux. It is also capable of connecting to wired
>> networks as an added bonus.
>> * Sun Sep 28 2008 jeff <moe@???> 1.5.3-1
>> - Update to 1.5.3

>>
>> * Mon Sep 15 2008 jeff <moe@???> 1.5.2-1
>> - Update to 1.5.2
>> - Drop wicd-1.5.1-monitor-timeout.patch
>> - Update %files
>>
>> * Sun Aug 24 2008 jeff <moe@???> 1.5.1-4
>> - wicd-1.5.1-monitor-timeout.patch to increase polling time from 2 to 5 secs
>> - wicd-1.5.1-nice.patch run with `nice -n 5` :)
>>
>> * Sun Aug 24 2008 jeff <moe@???> 1.5.1-3
>> - log/wicd
>>
>> * Sun Aug 24 2008 jeff <moe@???> 1.5.1-2
>> - Add %filez
>> - python setup.py configure
>>
>> * Sun Aug 24 2008 jeff <moe@???> 1.5.1-1
>> - Update to 1.5.1
>> - Clean up spec
>>
>> * Thu Sep 13 2007 Stuart Gathman <stuart@???> 1.3.1-3
>> - run chkconfig for install/uninstall
>>
>> * Thu Sep 13 2007 Stuart Gathman <stuart@???> 1.3.1-2
>> - Fit RH init better.
>>
>> * Thu Sep 13 2007 Stuart Gathman <stuart@???> 1.3.1-1
>> - RPM Spec file
>>
>
> Wanna post this up for review in Fedora? I'll take a look at it.


No. Go ahead if you want to. It's a bit crufty. WPA doesnt appear to be going
yet, but i'm not sure if that is related to this package or not though.

-Jeff