Thank at all for your feedbacks!
This book is maybe not a > perfect < book. But it is a first step for making development of PiSi packges easier for everyone.
I'm planing to finish it until June/July 2010. The English translation will be released later (because by community-work
you can read the responses of enthusiastic Ubuntu users who have installed Pardus:
If there was more software (and an official Gnome edition), I do not use Ubuntu, but Pardus.
Agree. It seems not so hard to be self-pisi packages, but a good how-to, I could not find.
Have some pisiyap tampered with, but that did not work. Also on the Pardus forums is little information.
If they pick it must be a topdistro.
I hope that a good howto (or program) is to make packages self-PISI ('m not so self at home), but I found the software for my major.
What's the point, people even Ubuntu user like Pardus. But they like to know how to make there own Pisi packages!
And the question is how can you make them. Your Pisi how to is a remarkable work a first step for making development of PiSi packges easier for everyone.
My first question about how to make a Pisi package:
Are we only able to make a package from a svn repositories or playgroundlist?
What to do when you have a program that's not in the svn repositories or playgroundlist.
You can follow my Dutch Pisi package research on http://sites.google.com/site/pisipackages/