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Re: Opam package publication (was Re: [Caml-list] [ANN] beta-release of OPAM)

Le mardi, 22 janvier 2013 Ã 17:35, Alain Frisch a Ãcrit :
> Concretely, I guess that publish a repo means setting up a server
> somewhere. I don't think that everyone can easily do that or want to  
> invest so much effort only to submit a single package.

Concretely it means being able to publish text files available over http which 
these days doesn't feel like a huge problem. It goes along with your package's 
homepage (I personally wouldn't anyway use a package that hasn't any web 
presence in some way).  



P.S. My perspective is also certainly biased as I currently develop/maintain 
around ten packages and expect this number to grow in the future. The smallest 
modular unit of functionality approach has a bureaucratic cost and I try by all 
means to minimize it.



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