Removed package requests
The following requests have been removed from the to the RPM Fusion package wishlist as the request didn't include any (good) reasons why the package cannot go in Fedora. The requests like should get moved to the Fedora Wishlist or dropped completely.
Request: cdcat Summary: catalog program which scans the directories/drives you want and memoryze URL: http://cdcat.sourceforge.net/ Why not in Fedora: its only for ubuuntu and windows if this apear in rmp this can comunicate whit a lot of distros Notes: its a QT based Request: Meep Summary: Meep (or MEEP) is a free finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) simulation software package developed at MIT to model electromagnetic systems, along with our MPB eigenmode package; under the Gnu GPL. URL: http://ab-initio.mit.edu/wiki/index.php/Meep Notes: It is available in Ubuntu, SuSE and Debian. It looks very good. Request: MIT Photonic Bands Summary: The MIT Photonic-Bands (MPB) package is a free program for computing the band structures (dispersion relations) and electromagnetic modes of periodic dielectric structures. URL: http://ab-initio.mit.edu/wiki/index.php/MPB Request: Vuze Version 4.0.0 (Formerly known as Azureus) Summary: bittorrent app with a great graphical interface URL: http://www.vuze.com Why not in Fedora: Only version 220.127.116.11 is supported, even in Fedora 10!!! Notes: -- Request: Sancho ( GUI for mldonkey ) Summary: sancho is a gui that connects to a p2p core application. Power users that use p2p applications usually choose one that has core/gui separation. URL: http://sancho.awardspace.com/ Why not in Fedora: No idea Request: mldonkey Version 2.9.6 Summary: MLDonkey - the Open Source eDonkey client URL: http://mldonkey.sourceforge.net/MLdonkey Why not in Fedora: Only version 2.7.6 has been supported. This is a release from 21-05-2006 Request: Source-Navigator Summary: source navigator NG is a source code analysis tool. with it, you can edit your source code, display relationships between classes and functions and members, and display call trees. URL: http://sourcenav.sourceforge.net/ Why not in Fedora: probabilly because the project is not active for a long time. But in 2008, this project become active, And new version had been released. Request: SpcaGui Summary: A nice VideoGrabber vor Spca5xx-devices. URL: http://mxhaard.free.fr/download.html Why not in Fedora: It's a nice, small Gui for the Spca5xx-driver which is already in livna. Request: spcaview & Spcaserv & Spcacat Summary: A set of tools for the spca5xx module URL: http://mxhaard.free.fr/sview.html Why not in Fedora: The driver (spca) is already included (in livna) but for good use, this tools are required. Request: scilab Summary: The open source platform for numerical computation. Just like commercial software matlab. URL: http://www.scilab.org/ Why not in Fedora: don't know Request: booh Summary: Booh is a free software static Web-Album generator for Linux URL: http://booh.org/index.html Why not in Fedora: ? Request: g95 Summary: G95 is a stable, production Fortran 95 compiler available for multiple cpu architectures and operating systems. URL: http://www.g95.org/ Request: gnome-do 0.5 Summary: is an intelligent launcher tool that makes performing common tasks on your computer simple and efficient. URL: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/GnomeDo Why not in Fedora: Requires an updated gtk-sharp2, gnome-sharp and gnome-desktop-sharp. [It is not RPM Fusion policy to update Fedora packages] Request: libtorrent 0.13 Summary: LibTorrent is a BitTorrent library written in C++ for *nix, with a focus on high performance and good code. The library differentiates itself from other implementations by transfering directly from file pages to the network stack. On high-bandwidth connections it is able to seed at 3 times the speed of the official client. URL: http://qbittorrent.sourceforge.net/download.php Why not in Fedora: fedora does not supply 0.13,,only 0.11.8 [Not true: libtorrent you request is not the same libtorrent that already is in Fedora] Notes: Package is needed to compile qbittorrent /bi/ Request: pyscrabble Summary: An online multiplayer clone of the game Scrabble URL: http://pyscrabble.sourceforge.net/ Why not in Fedora: Request: qbittorrent Summary: qBittorrent can now be considered as a good alternative to other bittorrent clients. It provides a lot of features such as: URL: http://qbittorrent.sourceforge.net/download.php Why not in Fedora: no idea,, this is an awsome good looking p2p torrent client. Notes: libtorrent 0.13 is required, this can be found on: http://qbittorrent.sourceforge.net/download.php Request: Q DVD Author Summary: A QT frontend for DVD authoring URL: http://qdvdauthor.sourceforge.net/ Why not in Fedora: Notes: Seems far too unstable and quirky as yet, to be worth building Request: scli Summary: great SNMP command line utility (it uses gsnmp and MIB compiler smidump) URL: https://trac.eecs.iu-bremen.de/projects/scli/wiki Why not in Fedora: I don't know. Request: SnortSam Summary: SnortSam is a plugin for Snort. Plugin allows for automated blocking of IP addresses on firewalls URL: http://www.snortsam.net/ Why not in Fedora: Request: TorK Summary: Anonymity manager for the KDE Desktop on Linux and Unix systems. URL: http://www.anonymityanywhere.com/tork/ Why not in Fedora: Request: VAPOR Summary: VAPOR is the Visualization and Analysis Platform for Ocean, Atmosphere, and Solar Researchers URL: http://www.vapor.ucar.edu/ Request: Visit Summary: VisIt is a free interactive parallel visualization and graphical analysis tool for viewing scientific data on Unix and PC platforms. URL: http://www.llnl.gov/visit/ Request: waste Summary: WASTE is a software product and protocol that enables secure distributed communication for small (on the order of 10-50 nodes) trusted groups of users. URL: http://waste.sf.net/ Why not in Fedora: Perhaps the most secure P2P connection and Protocol, presently under development Request: asterisk-addon Summary: A collection of modules for Asterisk free PBX URL: http://www.asterisk.org Why not in Fedora: I think because asterisk does not officially offer support of this directly? Request: gnome-main-menu Summary: A gnome panel applet that replaces the current Gnome menu. URL: http://svn.gnome.org/viewvc/gnome-main-menu/ Why not in Fedora: This shouldn't be in the Fedora repo because it is not a part of the official Gnom release. It is an application that is currently developed by SUSE, and is also know as SLAB. In fact there are several SUSE specific entries in the default settings that should probably be removed. Notes: The project has a page on Launchpad and a couple different repositories, but the one listed here (the svn repo) is the one that is actually under active development. (gnome main menu has been in review for Fedora - see http://bugzilla.redhat.com/273701 - for a long time now) Request: GPT fdisk Summary: A fdisk like program for managing GUID Partition Table or GPT commonly used in EFI/UEFI systems like Intel Macs, HP Elitebooks etc. Useful for resetting "msftres" flag due to GNU Parted. URL: http://rodsbooks.com/gdisk/ Why not in Fedora: Very new software, only 2 releases till now. Fedora may not accept such a relatively new package till it gains popularity. Notes: Although the author claims GPT fdisk to be of alpha quality, I haven't found any errors while using it, even using different options. It has features like setting any arbitary Partition type GUID for a partition. Also for 64-bit (x86_64) Fedora (or any Linux), it is better to have a 64-bit binary rather than a 32-bit binary according to the author of GPT fdisk . My idea is that a src-rpm of gdisk is better than a compiled rpm. Request: Licq version 1.3.7 Summary: Licq is a multi-threaded ICQ (originally; now it supports AOL and MSN as well) clone written mostly in C++ URL: http://www.licq.org/ Why not in Fedora: version 1.3.5 is still used Notes: licq 1.3.7 is the latest version. pls try to build an rpm in order to upgrade. Version 1.3.5 is to old Request: simon-listens (speech2text) Summary: ...is an open-source speech recognition program and replaces the mouse and keyboard. URL: http://sourceforge.net/projects/speech2text/