[ArcheOS] ArcheOS 5 test during Open Techne UNESCO master

Fabrizio Furnari fab.furnari@email.it
Lun 14 Apr 2014 10:44:10 CEST

Thanks Luca for this precious feedback...I'll start working to see how to
fix all these...

On Mon, Apr 14, 2014 at 9:22 AM, Luca Bezzi <luca.bezzi@arc-team.com> wrote:

> Hi all,
> I took the occasion to test ArcheOS 5 during my lessons (2D photomapping)
> in the UNESCO master Open Techne. Here are some reports:
> 1) to build the iso image I had to follow the indications Fabrizio wrote
> in this email: http://lists.linux.it/pipermail/archeos/2014-April/
> 000557.html
> 2) a mandatory software is missing:
> Kate (but in archeos-meta is already in the archeos-office metapackage:
> https://github.com/archeos/archeos-meta/blob/master/debian/control);
> could it be that archeos-meta is not updated when is building the iso?
> 3) some system utilities are missing (they are useful to do not scare too
> much new user about GNU/Linux system; I experimented it during the lessons)
> Synaptic and an archiving tool able to read zip files (Ark? or something
> similar)
> Could we put these software (and eventually similar applications) into a
> metapackage (e.g. archeos-utilities or archeos-system-utilities)?
> 4) a mandatory software is outdated: QGIS (actual version: 2.2, in ArcheOS
> 5 1.7). The problem is that for ArcheOS 4 we took QGIS from GFOSS
> repository, but that repository seems to be outdated, while QGIS has actual
> packages in its own repository:
> deb     http://qgis.org/debian wheezy main
> deb-src http://qgis.org/debian wheezy main
> We should update the repos, so that we can use directly QGIS 2.2, which
> has some very important new options (soon a videotutorial about it)
> 5) Some QGIS plugin are necessary for specific archaeological workflow or
> to simplify some operations (e.g. CADTools, PyArchInit,
> QuickWKT, etc..). Can we manage the problem like we did for ArcheOS 4 (a
> specific package with all the extensions and a postcript)?
> I think it would be the best option
> 6) It was possible to install OpenJUMP 1.3 from ArcheOS 4 repos both on 32
> and 64 machines. It would be very fast to do a
> new package (not a clean source but anyway an indipendent architecture
> package) with OpenJUMP 1.6. Can we do something like this,
> while waiting to understand the correct specifications for java source
> packagig?
> For the rest, regarding what I taught, ArcheOS 5 is almost ready.
> Nice greetings to everybody.
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