[Catalog-sig] How to make the Package index more useful

Phillip J. Eby pje at telecommunity.com
Wed Oct 3 04:33:12 CEST 2007

At 06:10 PM 10/2/2007 -0700, Vern Muhr wrote:
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>I check the package index almost every day. More and more it seems 
>to be filled with every single change that occurs to a few code 
>basees (Zope, Plone, etc) no matter how trivial. I don't understand 
>why these development teams don't have their own SIG to post this 
>stuff to. It does makes sense to post major new releases to the 
>Package Index. Often now, it seems that these minor package changes 
>bump other packages off the bottom of the visible list, or at least 
>make it a task to find anything of interest.

May I suggest using an RSS reader, such as Bloglines or Google 
Reader?  These services will show you a complete history of changes, 
without any ability for you to "miss" anything.

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