Important Note: Package request that don't give a good reason why the package cannot go to Fedora will get removed from this list immediately without further notice; if you are unsure if a package is suitable for Fedora then submit it to Fedora Wishlist; alternatively ask Fedora or RPM Fusion contributors for advice!
Note, there is no guarantee that package will be built, but it serves as a basis for maintainers looking for ideas on what to package next. But that doesn't happen very often, as you can guess from the length of this list. The best way to get a package into RPM Fusion quickly is to join RPM Fusion and maintaining the package yourself.
Please also note that these packages have not undergone license reviews. It is possible that a package in this list might have strict license restrictions that disallow the sort of redistribution that RPM Fusion would entail.
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Request: foo Summary: What does this program do ? What features ? URL: http://www.exemple.org Why not in Fedora : Notes: Thx
Requests will be removed where an RPM already exists in Fedora or RPM Fusion itself.
Place your current requests here, in alphabetical order.
Request:Smokin Guns Summary:3D FPS URL:http://www.smokin-guns.org/ Why not in Fedora:No free data
Request:Trigger Rally Summary:Trigger Rally is a fast-paced single-player racing game URL:https://sourceforge.net/projects/trigger-rally/ Why not in Fedora:Contains pictures of real cars, including logo's & brandnames
Request: aacgain Summary: AACGain is a modification to the excellent mp3gain program. It supports AAC (mp4/m4a/QuickTime) audio files. URL: http://altosdesign.com/aacgain/ Why not in Fedora: Same reason mp3gain is not eligible; fear of patents. And it requires packages only available in rpm fusion. Notes: Should be a straight-forward addition. F14 src rpm at http://rpm.globe-nl.net/fedora/release/14/source/SRPMS/aacgain-1.8-1.fc14.src.rpm can be built (rpmbuild) and installed without issues on F20. It appears to work without problems. Update: on http://aacgain.altosdesign.com/ , at end of the page, we can read "source code for AACGain is hosted in the sourceforge cvs repository as part of the mp3gain project, in the aacgain module http://mp3gain.cvs.sourceforge.net/viewvc/mp3gain/aacgain/. " so maybe could be part of mp3gain ...
Request: acx100/acx111 Summary: Driver for Texas Instruments wireless device based URL: http://sourceforge.net/projects/acx100/ Why not in Fedora: There are legal questions raised about the origin of that driver.
Request: Adobe ICC Profiles Summary: ICC profiles for use in gnome-color-manager URL: http://www.adobe.com/support/downloads/iccprofiles/iccprofiles_linux.html Why not in Fedora: Non-free license, but free to redistribute. Notes: OpenSUSE source RPM available at: http://download.opensuse.org/source/factory/repo/non-oss/suse/src/ The EULA at https://www.adobe.com/support/downloads/iccprofiles/icc_eula_unix_dist.html clearly states that "If you choose to distribute the Software, you do so with the understanding that you agree to defend, indemnify, and hold harmless Adobe against any losses, damages, or costs arising from any claims, lawsuits, or other legal actions arising out of such distribution, including, without limitation, product liability and other claims by consumers and your failure to comply with this Section 3" which may not be acceptable by RPMFusion (see java-1.6.0-sun below).
Request: Aegisub Summary: Subtitling+typesetting application with ASS/SSA support URL: http://www.aegisub.net/ Why not in Fedora: Depands on FFMpeg for video preview Notes: Fedora 10 rpm available but unstable: http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showpost.php?p=1197600&postcount=7
Request: amule adunanza (in progress) Summary: software to use kad network for fastweb users Url: www.adunanza.net why not in fedora: could be legal problems with p2p software
Request: Antivir Summary: Antivir is a free and highly popular German virus scanner with one of the best detection rates on the market and e.g. available on openSUSE. URL: http://www.avira.com/en/download/product/avira-free-antivirus Why not in Fedora: Antivir is free, but not open. For private use only.
Request: anyremote-j2me-client Summary: J2ME client for anyRemote (bluetooth remote control for PC) URL: http://anyremote.sourceforge.net/ Why not in Fedora: anyremote-j2me-client uses Sun WTK (which is free, but not open-source) for build. Notes: Review Request at https://bugzilla.rpmfusion.org/show_bug.cgi?id=167
Request: Arista Transcoder Summary: A simple preset-based transcoder for the GNOME Desktop and a small script for terminal-based transcoding. Settings are chosen based on output device and quality preset. URL: http://www.transcoder.org Why not in Fedora: Fear of patents. And it requires packages only available in rpm fusion. Notes: Easy to build.
Request: ATI Stream SDK Summary: An SDK for OpenCL on ATI cards. URL: http://developer.amd.com/gpu/ATIStreamSDK/Pages/default.aspx Why not in Fedora: This is proprietary closed-source software.
Request: audacious-plugins-oss Summary: OSS part of audacious-plugins which is not included in Fedora's audacious-plugins URL: http://audacious-media-player.org/ Why not in Fedora: Fedora package maintainers think that OSS is legacy and thus have removed the oss-part.
Request: AVG Summary: AVG is a free and popular virus scanner. URL: http://free.avg.com/gb-en/download.prd-afl Why not in Fedora: Non-Free and only for private use. Notes: Downloads can be found here http://free.avg.com/us-en/download.prd-alf
Request: Baka MPlayer Summary: Baka MPlayer is a free and open source, cross-platform, libmpv based multimedia player. Its simple design reflects the idea for an uncluttered, simple, and enjoyable environment for watching tv shows. URL: http://bakamplayer.u8sand.net/index.php Why not in Fedora: Depends on mpv, ffmpeg and others libraries not allowed in Fedora. Notes: mpv needs to be compiled with library support (--enable-libmpv-shared).
Request: Bitcoin Summary: Client for alternative online currency URL: http://bitcoin.org/, https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/ Why not in Fedora: can't be available due OpenSSL's ECC requirement, which is restrited due to patent issues
Request: Bitwig Studio Summary: Bitwig Studio is a dynamic software solution for music creation and performance. URL: http://www.bitwig.com Why not in Fedora : Fedora does not support proprietary software. Notes: RPM packages available on https://mega.co.nz/#F!AIYzXT6R!u_XfolVkr7Nv1A_ZyrqvMw. It´s easier for users to set up a repo to stay up to date, than searching for a package on the web/forum etc. which is up to date.
Request: baloo-libs-freeworld Summary: The KDE4 new indexing system URL: http://www.kde.org Why not in Fedora: Baloo can be linked against FFMPEG, and, if built that way, can index more information about audio and video files. FFMPEG is patent encumbered, and so the Baloo copy in Fedora has FFMPEG integration disabled.
Request: bomi-player Summary:bomi-player (formerly known as CMPlayer) is a multimedia player which is convenient and easy to use. It's, currently the only GUI available for mpv, outside the OSC, which is currently broken. URL: http://bomi-player.github.io/ Why not in Fedora : Depends on mpv, ffmpeg and others libraries not allowed in Fedora.
Request: Bumblebee Summary: NVIDIA Optimus technology under Linux for proprietary Nvidia drivers. URL: http://bumblebee-project.org/ Why not in Fedora: Fedora does not support the proprietary Nvidia drivers. Notes: Information can be found on https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Bumblebee
Request: CDemu (in progress) Summary: a kernel module simulate a CD drive + CD from cue/bin files URL: http://cdemu.sourceforge.net/ Why not in Fedora: Fedora won't ship the kernel modules (RH #177583).
Request: cdrtools Summary: CD, DVD and BluRay recording software URL: http://cdrecord.berlios.de/private/cdrecord.html Why not in Fedora: Incompatibility between CDDL and GPL in the resulting binaries; it did not pass legal review. It cannot be packaged in RPMFusion as well. Upstream allows and encourages free redistribution. Notes: This package should be packaged as an alternative for cdrkit.
Request: cairo (with patches to support cleartype filtering) Summary: A vector graphics library URL: http://cairographics.org Why not in Fedora: Patent issues regarding cleartype filtering Notes: this package should be part of a logical group of other patched packages supporting better subpixel rendering in Fedora, to bring up the font rendering to the level of Ubuntu, Windows XP/Vista and MacOS/X. These packages are: cairo, freetype, fontconfig, libXft (and maybe pixman, this should be checked). Source packages already exist with patches supporting these features for all the above packages at: ftp://brebs.me.uk/fedora/10/. Further info: http://forums.fedoraforum.org/archive/index.php/t-186789.html
Request: Catalyst (fglrx) Driver Summary: AMD's Linux driver for Radeon HD 2000/3000/4000 series hardware. URL: http://support.amd.com/us/kbarticles/Pages/catalyst126legacyproducts.aspx Why not in Fedora: Same reason original Catalyst is not eligible; property software, not open source license. Notes: Not certain that AMD will continue to give support for this legacy driver in future.
Request: cinelerra-cv Summary: One of the best video edition tools around URL: http://cinelerra-cv.org/ Why not in Fedora: Well, this package uses a lot of codecs available in livna/rpmfusion, so, that's why. Notes: Review Request at https://bugzilla.rpmfusion.org/show_bug.cgi?id=118 We at cinelerra-cv.org have no control/influence over cinelerra.org and viceversa. cinelerra-cv.org is a open community (CV: Community Version), rather than a close group.
Request: clamdrib Summary: Adds clamav checking to Thunderbird URL: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/thunderbird/addon/6663 Why not in Fedora: No method to contact original developer, no updates since March 2008. Notes: Changing install.rtf, doesn't help it work in latest T\B 3.0b4 Status appears in message toolbar, but no details if message clean\infected.
Request: dahdi-linux Summary: Digium Asterisk Hardware Device Interface (DAHDI) linux kernel modules, firmware and documentation Why not in Fedora: While Fedora does package dahdi-tools, dahdi-linux contains kernel modules (and firmware) that are not part of the main kernel tree, and are not included in Fedora. Note that there is no need to package dahdi-tools as this would be redundant. The RPMFusion compatible spec files that I use currently are here: http://messinet.com/rpms/browser/dahdi-linux/dahdi-linux.spec http://messinet.com/rpms/browser/dahdi-linux-kmod/dahdi-linux-kmod.spec
Request: DICE Summary: DICE is a Discrete Integrated Circuit Emulator. It emulates computer systems that lack any type of CPU, consisting only of discrete logic components. URL: http://sourceforge.net/projects/dice/ Why not in Fedora : Emulators are not allowed in Fedora.
Request: Doom Legacy 2.0 Summary: SDL Open GL Doom Source port (WIP refer to the legacy forum or svn directory) URL: http://legacy.newdoom.com Why not in Fedora: Requires a commercial or shareware version of either DOOM, Ultimate DOOM or DOOM2
Request: DXX-Rebirth Summary: This is a Source Port of the Descent and Descent 2 Engines. URL: http://www.dxx-rebirth.com/ Why not in Fedora: Parallax License only allows non-commercial use of the source (http://dxx-rebirth.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/dxx-rebirth/trunk/d1x-rebirth/COPYING.txt?view=markup)
Request: easyMP3Gain Summary: A GUI for mp3Gain, aacGain, and vorbisGain to make gaining audio files just as easy as in windows URL: http://sourceforge.net/projects/easymp3gain Why not in Fedora: mp3Gain isn't in Fedora either, so it's only natural that a GUI for it wouldn't be either. Notes: The project page has an RPM that already installs nicely into F10 and Rawhide. It would also be helpful to include aacGain in RPMFusion for completion.
Request: FASTA Summary: The FASTA programs find regions of local or global (new) similarity between Protein or DNA sequences URL: http://fasta.bioch.virginia.edu/fasta_www2/fasta_down.shtml Why not in Fedora: Was originally on Fedora wishlist, but removed because of non-commercial clause in license: http://faculty.virginia.edu/wrpearson/fasta/COPYRIGHT Notes: removal from Fedora wishlist: https://fedoraproject.org/w/index.php?title=SIGs/SciTech/BioinformaticsWishList&diff=0&oldid=34579
Request: Frets on Fire Summary: Frets on Fire is a game of musical skill and fast fingers. The aim of the game is to play guitar with the keyboard as accurately as possible. URL: http://fretsonfire.sourceforge.net/ Why not in Fedora: As described in the Games Blacklist "Patent issues prevent us from including it."
Request: flac2mp3 Summary: Tool to convert potentially large sets of FLAC audio files into the MP3 format URL: http://bytemonkey.org/flac2mp3/ Why not in Fedora: MP3 Notes: source rpm available at http://cachalot.mine.nu/10/SRPMS/
Request: FreeMat Summary: FreeMat is an application for scientific prototyping similar to Matlab and IDL. URL: http://freemat.sourceforge.net/ Why not in Fedora: Not sure, but it is stroked through on http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/PackageMaintainers/WishList Rahul Sundaram guessed it could have been licensing issues in the past (cmp. http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showthread.php?t=221294&page=12)
Request: fontconfig (with updated configuration to make use of available cleartype rendering and bytecode interpreter features) Summary: Font configuration and customization library URL: http://fontconfig.org Why not in Fedora: Because the default packages do not provide these features. Notes: this package should be part of a logical group of other patched packages supporting better subpixel rendering in Fedora, to bring up the font rendering to the level of Ubuntu, Windows XP/Vista and MacOS/X. These packages are: cairo, freetype, fontconfig, libXft (and maybe pixman, this should be checked). Source packages already exist with patches supporting these features for all the above packages at: ftp://brebs.me.uk/fedora/10/. Further info: http://forums.fedoraforum.org/archive/index.php/t-186789.html
Request: generator Summary: An open-source Sega Genesis / Megadrive emulator URL: http://www.ghostwhitecrab.com/generator/ Why not in Fedora: Emulators are not permitted in Fedora
Request: GAP (gimp gap) Summary: GAP is an advanced tool to be able to create animations, this guide should give you some sort of view of how GAP works and what you can do with it URL: ftp://ftp.gimp.org/pub/gimp/plug-ins/v2.4/gap Why not in Fedora: cause it need xvidcore lib
Request: GemRB Summary: GemRB is a portable open-source implementation of Bioware's Infinity Engine. URL: http://www.gemrb.org/wiki/doku.php?id=start Why not in Fedora: it's implementation of non-free engine, possibly patent issues
Request: getnonfreefonts Summary: Some fonts on TexLive 2013 are not unencumbered but available for download. Would be great to have these fonts included. URL: https://www.tug.org/fonts/getnonfreefonts/ Why not in Fedora: it's implementation of non-free software, OSS issues
Request: gloss Summary: a drop-in replacement for the existing MythTV frontend URL: http://www.ohloh.net/p/gloss-mc Why not in Fedora: needs mythtv which is in rpmfusion
Request: GnomeBoyAdvance Summary: Gnomeboyadvance is a GNOME frontend for the Visual Boy Advance emulator URL: http://developer.berlios.de/projects/gnomeboyadvance/ Why not in Fedora: Emulators are not permitted in Fedora
Request: gnome-do Docky (and docklets) Summary: Docky is a frontend for GNOME Do (Do) that introduces an entirely new way to interact with Do. Docky helps Do become more directly involved with your desktop by providing a persistent mouse based Dock interface while remaining true to Do's keyboard only interaction. URL: http://do.davebsd.com/wiki/index.php?title=Docky Why not in Fedora: Docky (part of package gnome-do) was removed from fedora due to patent violations (US Patent 7434177). Docklets are used by Dock. Notes: This is very nice interface, replacement for gnome taskbar.
Request: GoalBit Summary: GoalBit is a peer to peer distribution system, capable of distributing high-bandwidth live-content to all network peers preserving its quality. URL: http://goalbit.sourceforge.net/ Why not in Fedora: Depands on codecs available in rpmfusion.
Request: Google Earth Summary: Access to Google's well-known world map URL: http://www.google.com/earth/download/ge/agree.html Why not in Fedora: Non-free binary software. Also non-redistributable, needs a lpf package or similar. lpf needs to be updated to handle this see https://github.com/leamas/lpf/, issue #5.
Request: gstreamer-pitfdll Summary: GStreamer plugin that allows the use of binary files, such as Quicktime QTX or Directshow/DMO DLL files. URL: http://sourceforge.net/projects/pitfdll/ Why not in Fedora: Probably because of codecs Notes: discontinued upstream
Request: Hid-ntrig-dkms Summary: An open-source updated Ntrig Multitouch driver with support for newer devices. URL: http://bitmath.org/code/hid/hid-ntrig-dkms/ Why not in Fedora: Fedora does not carry Out of tree drivers. Notes: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=735616 I will love who ever does this for ever, in a friendly hetrosexual kind of way. me[at]luke.asia. ~~~~
Request: hid-retrobit Summary: Fixes Up and Left buttons on joysticks connected via Retrobit USB adapters (old Sega and Atari controllers) URL: https://github.com/retuxx/hid-retrobit Why not in Fedora : Fedora does not carry Out of tree drivers. Notes: Comes conveniently in a noarch dkms rpm.
Request: iFolder Summary: rsync type of backup, but for desktops. URL: http://www.kablink.org/ifolder Why not in Fedora: Probably because it is developed by Novell/Suse. Notes: There exist many howtos on installing iFolder, but none for Fedora. http://blog.casalogic.dk/2010/06/ifolder/ http://www.x2b4.com/howto/how-to-install-ifolder-on-ubuntu-server/
Request: JavaFX Summary: JavaFX is a competitor to Flash and Silverlight entirely based on Flash. While RPMFusion made clear not to include SunJDK, which can be easily replaced by OpenJDK, there is no open replacement for JavaFX and there has already been a petition to make it freely available as well. URL: http://java.sun.com/javafx/downloads/ Why not in Fedora: Proprietary.
Request: Kingsoft Office Summary: Free Office Suite consisting of Writer (Word alternative), Presentation (PowerPoint alternative) and Spreadsheet (Excel alternative). URL: http://wps-community.org/ Why not in Fedora: It is free, but not open source. Notes: They support Word 2007 / 2010 and Excel 2007 / 2010 formats. PowerPoint will be added later. They are thinking about making it open source, but probably not all parts.
Request: libsox-fmt-all Summary: The complete set of sox format codecs URL: http://sox.sourceforge.net/, http://packages.ubuntu.com/karmic/libsox-fmt-all Why not in Fedora: Well, mp3 can't be redistributed blah blah kinda stuff. Notes: Ubuntu provides all the libsox-fmt codecs. We should also (besides, they have a .deb so it should be fairly easy to translate)
Request: libXft (with cleartype filtering patches) Summary: X.Org X11 libXft runtime library URL: http://www.x.org Why not in Fedora: Patent issues regarding cleartype filtering Notes: this package should be part of a logical group of other patched packages supporting better subpixel rendering in Fedora, to bring up the font rendering to the level of Ubuntu, Windows XP/Vista and MacOS/X. These packages are: cairo, freetype, fontconfig, libXft (and maybe pixman, this should be checked). Source packages already exist with patches supporting these features for all the above packages at: ftp://brebs.me.uk/fedora/10/. Further info: http://forums.fedoraforum.org/archive/index.php/t-186789.html
Request: lltag Summary: lltag is a command-line tool (CLI) to automatically set tags of MP3, OGG and FLAC files. It can also rename files based on their tags. Part of Debian, Ubuntu and Archlinux. URL: http://home.gna.org/lltag/ Why not in Fedora: has MP3 module Notes: Requested in 2013, request updated in 2016.
Request: ManDVD Summary: KDE based DVD creation program. URL: http://www.kde-apps.org/content/show.php/ManDVD?content=83906 Why not in Fedora: It depends on packages already in RPM Fusion (FFmpeg, mplayer, transcode, etc)
Request: MediaTomb Summary: UPnP stream server URL: http://mediatomb.cc Why not in Fedora: MediaTomb is in FEdora but without ffmpeg integration (see: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=666147)
Request: MePo Summary: MePo Theme for MythTV URL: http://home.comcast.net/~zdzisekg/ Why not in Fedora: It depends on packages already in RPM Fusion (mythtv et al)
Request: Me-TV Summary: Me TV is a user-friendly desktop application for watching digital television services that use the DVB standard. URL: https://launchpad.net/me-tv Why not in Fedora: Was Removed in Fedora 16 and the fc15 package is now broken and does this bug https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/me-tv/+bug/958751
Request: moonlight Summary: Free implementation of Microsoft' Silverlight URL: http://www.mono-project.com/Moonlight Why not in Fedora: On the forbidden list due to patent concerns Notes: Packaging seems to require some expertise, see the Review Request at https://bugzilla.rpmfusion.org/show_bug.cgi?id=436
Request: mencoder with aac encoding support Summary: video converter URL: http://www.mplayerhq.hu/design7/news.html Why not in Fedora: mencoder is part of mplayer, faac encoder is nonfree
Request: mp3info Summary: Console tool to to read and modify the ID3 tags of MP3 files URL: http://ibiblio.org/mp3info/ Why not in Fedora: MP3 Notes: classical tool
Request: MP3-Tag Summary: Perl module for reading and writing ID3v1 and ID3v2 tags, parsing CDDB and cue files, and renaming audio files based on their metadata. URL: http://search.cpan.org/~ilyaz/MP3-Tag-1.13/ Why not in Fedora: MP3 Notes: classical tool
Request: mp3toogg Summary: mp3 to ogg format converter (console) URL: http://sourceforge.net/projects/mp3toogg/ URL: http://sourceforge.net/p/mp3toogg/news/ Why not in Fedora: mp3 Notes: Packaged in rpm.pbone.net. Requires mpg321, mp3info, oggenc, vorbiscomment. (The last two are in the vorbis-tools Fedora rpm.)
Request: mplayer-vaapi Summary: Fork for mplayer with va-api support URL: http://gitorious.org/vaapi/mplayer Why not in Fedora: Same reason as mplayer Notes: replaces regular mplayer
Request: mplayer2 Summary: Fork for mplayer URL: http://www.mplayer2.org/ Why not in Fedora: Same reason as mplayer Notes: currently on RC state. May conflict with regular mplayer, GUIs (like gnome-mplayer), although compatible, may also be affected by dependencies.
Request: Mupen64Plus Summary: Nintendo 64 emulator URL: http://code.google.com/p/mupen64plus/ Why not in Fedora: Emulators are not permitted in Fedora Notes: Review Request at http://bugzilla.rpmfusion.org/show_bug.cgi?id=303
Request: Mythvodka Summary: a plugin for MythTV allowing streaming of BBC iPlayer, Hulu, HTTP and NZB content. URL: http://code.google.com/p/mythvodka/ Why not in Fedora: Depends on mythtv, not packaged in fedora due to encumbered codecs Notes: hulu support is in flux ...
Request: Namecoin Summary: Alternative currency and distributed data store URL: http://www.namecoin.info https://github.com/namecoin/namecoin Why not in Fedora : OpenSSL ECC requirement Notes: Thx
Request: netperf Summary: Network performance/benchmarking with the ability to benchmark many different protocols URL: http://www.netperf.org/netperf/NetperfPage.html Why not in Fedora: Does not appear to be a compatible license, COPYING file states it's owned by HP, but the code appears to be FOSS. Notes: No special requirements or dependencies that I know of.
Request: nepomuk-core-freeworld Summary: Nepomuk FFMPEG file analyzers. They gather information about music and videos, and push it into Nepomuk. URL: http://projects.kde.org/nepomuk-core Why not in Fedora : Those file analyzers are linked against FFMPEG and need FFMPEG to work, Fedora won't ship FFMPEG because of patent concerns. Notes: FFMPEG file analyzers can be added to a working KDE setup. nepomuk-core-freeworld is an addition to nepomuk-core.
Request: nvidia-detect Summary: A utility to detect Nvidia graphics cards URL: http://elrepo.org/tiki/nvidia-detect Why not in Fedora: Related to proprietary software. Actually it could go in Fedora, as the utility itself contains no proprietary code, only it makes more sense to have all related packages in the same repo, I believe.
Request: nVidia proprietary drivers with kmod for RHEL6 Summary: 3d accelleration for nouveau drivers still isn't supported in RHEL6. URL: Why not in Fedora : RHEL request (not in RHEL because not FOSS). Notes:
Request: Nvidia CUDA (In Progress) Summary: Nvidia's CUDA technology enables the GPU to be used for various complex scientific computations. URL: http://www.nvidia.com/object/cuda_get.html Why not in Fedora: Free but not open-source Notes: Review Request at https://bugzilla.rpmfusion.org/show_bug.cgi?id=459
Request: nzbget Summary: The most efficient usenet downloader. URL: http://nzbget.net/download/ Why not in Fedora: it is in fedora, but that version is very outdated. Current version is 16.3 Notes:
Request: opal Summary: Open Phone Abstraction Library, implementation of the ITU H.323 teleconferencing protocol, and successor of the openh323 library. URL: http://www.opalvoip.org/ Why not in Fedora: It is available in fedora but with disabled support for x264 and ffmpeg, thus lacking H.264 and all other MPEG-based video conferencing abilities. This results in ekiga being very limited with the codecs offered for use to the end-user. Notes: I've got self-modified .spec file for opal-3.6.8-1 based on the one from Fedora 12 and expected to be built against older version of x264 that was available as a package from ATrpms. There were reported problems with opal linking against latest versions of x264, but now (as of 2011/07/05) it seems that there are patches available at ekiga's bugzilla (https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=596006#c24) that solve the case. ATM I'm in process of patching opal spec file using SRPMS from Fedora 15 as a base, and intend to use x264-devel package from RPMFusion as a dependency. Goind to post the spec for review request as soon as would done with it.
Request: OpenSSL with Elliptic Curve, IDEA, MDC-2, RC5 crypto algorithms Summary: The OpenSSL toolkit provides support for secure communications between machines. URL: http://www.openssl.org/ Why not in Fedora: Because of the problem with software patents: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=319901 Notes: OpenSSL is included in Fedora but with Elliptic Curve, IDEA, MDC-2, RC5 crypto algorithms disabled.
Request: Open Movie Editor Summary: Open Movie Editor is a free and open source video editing program, designed for basic movie making capabilities. It aims do be powerful enough for the amateur movie artist, yet easy to use. URL: http://www.openmovieeditor.org/ Why not in Fedora: The codecs it uses are not compatible with fedora's license. Notes: rpm already available in opensuse through the packman repos: http://packman.links2linux.de/package/OpenMovieEditor
Request: Opera Summary: A popular web browser and Internet suite. URL: http://www.opera.com/ Why not in Fedora: nonfree Notes: Opera distributes both, tarball archives and rpms for Fedora and EPEL on their download pages (e.g. http://www.opera.com/browser/download/?os=linux-i386&ver=9.63&local=y for i386). Also, they welcome if anyone wants to mirror their packages (http://www.opera.com/download/mirrors/), but it doesn't say anything about if they allow repackaging and such.
Request: Pacemaker (--with stonithd), cluster-glue, cluster-glue-libs, crmsh Summary: Pacemaker clustering package (with plugin support). URL: http://clusterlabs.org/wiki/Pacemaker Why not in Fedora : The RHEL / CentOS 7 / Fedora Pacemaker package was built without the --with stonithd flag and are missing the cluster-glue, cluster-glue-libs and crmsh packages. Notes: Please read the following for proper justification: https://gist.github.com/sammcj/9a8be565b29032bc2a9e
Request: pacpl Summary: PACPL is a console script for converting audio files. written in Perl. Supports flac, mp3, ogg, wav, wma, ape, and some 50 other formats, both free and proprietary. URL: http://vorzox.wix.com/pacpl Why not in Fedora : mp3 conversion module, and perhaps some other proprietary formats Notes: classical program, out there for many years.
Request: pianobar Summary: Command-line Pandora Radio Client URL: http://6xq.net/projects/pianobar/ Why not in Fedora: Depends on media codecs banned from Fedora, which are already in RPM Fusion. Also, the fact that it is an unauthorized client to a commercial service may go against some Fedora legal policy. Notes: Obviously you would also have to include its dependency libpiano.
Request: picotts-utils Summary: SVOX/libpicotts is an good opensource Text To Speech System. URL: https://android.googlesource.com/platform/external/svox/+/master Why not in Fedora: nonfree Notes: Its Usable with speech-dispatcher 0.8. Its good for Visual Improved and Blind People (like me). Its already Avalible for Debian: http://packages.debian.org/source/sid/svox
Request: Pulseaudio OSS module Summary: The Open Sound System (OSS) module for Pulseaudio URL: http://pulseaudio.org/ (Offline?) Why not in Fedora: Fedora has removed OSS support because they consider it legacy. Notes: Including this would make programs which support Pulseaudio to work with OSS. OSS installs well to Fedora 13 and works with software which have OSS support like VLC and Wine.
Request: PyKaraoke Summary: A free multiplatform karaoke player written in python. You can use this program to play your collection of CDG, MIDI and MPEG karaoke songs. URL: http://kibosh.org/pykaraoke/ Why not in Fedora: Requires mp3 support in the SDL library Notes: Instructions on how to install on Fedora can be found here: http://kibosh.org/pykaraoke/faq.php
Request: qtiplot Summary: qtiplot is a cross platform data analysis and scientific visualisation solution. URL: http://www.qtiplot.com Why not in Fedora: the source code is distributed under GPL, but the software can also be bought for technical support. It was a long time ago in Fedora, but it's orphaned right now, perhaps due to possible encumbered elements within the package. Notes: A great Origin alternative for GNU/Linux
Request: radiotray Summary: software for listening radio stations in gnome URL: http://radiotray.sourceforge.net/ Why not in Fedora: Possibly legal issue with codecs
Request: rar Summary: Software for manipulating RAR archives URL: http://www.rarlab.com/ Why not in Fedora: Proprietary archive software. Notes: The package cannot contain RAR binaries as the binaries itself are non-redistributable. The package should download and install binaries on behalf of the user.
Request: RealPlayer Summary: cross-platform software for playing audio URL: http://real.com Why not in Fedora: Uses codecs not supported by fedora
Request: RetroArch (And Libretro Cores) Summary: RetroArch is the reference frontend for libretro. Libretro is a collection of libraries from emulation of retro game systems, such as SNES, PSX, Genesis, etc.. URL: http://themaister.net/retroarch.html (RetroArch's Homepage) https://github.com/libretro/ (GitHub page of libretro cores) Why not in Fedora : "If it requires ROMs of copyrighted or patented material to be useful, then it's not permitted." From https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Licensing:SoftwareTypes?rd=Licensing/SoftwareTypes#Emulators Notes: In Arch and Ubuntu (PKGBUILDs and PPA, respectively) RetroArch is a package itself, and each core may be installed individually. Thank you for your time.
Request: rtl8192se akmod driver (in progress) Summary: module driver for realtek 8192se based wireless cards used in laptops. Why not in Fedora: Possibly legal issue Notes: This is driver for Edimax EW-7811Un wlan USB adapter (currently smallest in world). Would like to get this installation automated into rpmfusion repositories
Request: Sage Mathematics Summary: Free open source mathematics software system. URL: http://www.sagemath.org/ Why not in Fedora: It bundlesa lot of third party software Notes: The webpage provides a prebuilt binaries.
Request: scrotwm Summary: the easist and best dynamic tiling window manager for X11 with human readable configuration file URL: www.scrotwm.org Why not in Fedora: I am not sure, but perhaps there is enough tiling window managers in the Fedora repo's so no body is looking for more, I am sure this will get more attention if it's there. Notes: I found this URL, how ever I faild to continue the steps shown at it, http://www.digitalfoo.net/posts/2009/11/Installing_scrotwm_on_Debian/
Request: sdlhazemd Summary: HazeMD is a Megadrive/Genesis emulator based on the MAME code URL: http://rbelmont.mameworld.info/?page_id=163 Why not in Fedora: Emulators are not permitted in Fedora
Request: Simple Screen Recorder (SSR) Summary: Simple Screen Recorder is an application for recording the user's screen to a video file. It can also record video directly from OpenGL applications like games. URL: https://github.com/MaartenBaert/ssr Why not in Fedora: It is not in the Fedora Repositories and it's Copr repository was just removed because of patent issues regarding it's dependency ffmpeg.(https://github.com/MaartenBaert/ssr/issues/359)
Request: Skype Summary: Skype is a very popular teleconferencing application. It has some questionable properties, but is one of the few apps to make calls to landlines. It is e.g. available in the Canonical partner repository. URL: http://www.skype.com/intl/en/get-skype/ Why not in Fedora: Skype is free, but proprietary and thus closed source. They have been engaged in censorship in China, preferred Intel users etc. Notes: The package cannot contain Skype binaries as the binaries itself are non-redistributable. The lpf-skype package (current in rpmfusion) handles this.
Request: SmartGit Summary: SmartGit is a front-end for the distributed version control system Git. It is intended for developers who prefer a graphical user interface over a command line client, to be even more productive with Git — the most powerful DVCS today. URL: http://www.syntevo.com/smartgit/index.html Why not in Fedora: There are legal questions raised about the origin of that software.
Request: snack Summary: The Snack Sound Toolkit is designed to be used with a scripting language such as Tcl/Tk or Python. Using Snack you can create powerful multi-platform audio applications with just a few lines of code. URL: http://www.speech.kth.se/snack/ Why not in Fedora: Has mp3 stuff in it Notes: This library will allow amsn to send/receive audio clips
Request: sox (with mp3 support) Summary: SoX is a media converter. It also ships with play, a player which play all format that SoX support and have bunch of cool effects. URL: http://sox.sourceforge.net/ Why not in Fedora: It is in, but compiled without liblame or libmad.
Request: Spotify Summary: A player for the streaming Spotify service URL: http://www.spotify.com/uk/download/previews/ Why not in Fedora: Non-free Notes: the lpf-spotify-client is now in rpmfusion, fixing this.
Request: Sublime Text Summary: Popular text editor URL: http://www.sublimetext.com/ Why not in Fedora : Not free software, not open source. "Sublime Text may be downloaded and evaluated for free, however a license must be purchased for continued use. There is currently no enforced time limit for the evaluation."
Request: swarmplayer Summary: Stream video over a peer-to-peer bittorrent network URL: http://trial.p2p-next.org/linux/ Why not in Fedora: It requires vlc and python-vlc
Request: Thunar-dropbox Summary: Integrates Dropbox with Thunar file manager. URL: http://softwarebakery.com/maato/thunar-dropbox.html Why not in Fedora : Dropbox is non-free. Notes: Thx
Request: tovid Summary: Video DVD authoring software URL: http://tovid.wikia.com Why not in Fedora : uses dependencies only in rpmfusion Notes: I am not a packager, but created a rpm and src.rpm from another spec file. It works fine in Fedora 21 will serve to show dependencies etc. which are correct: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/1njfxgjzw22ehoc/AABW-jkFYygNEpJzI7ZRHiq7a?dl=0
Request: tp_smapi Summary: Exposes parts of the Thinkpad BIOS to Linux, such as battery charging limits. URL: http://tpctl.sourceforge.net/ Why not in Fedora: Fedora won't ship kernel modules Notes: Someone on Fedora people has already built a kmod and akmod package for Fedora, http://ndim.fedorapeople.org/packages/tp_smapi-kmod/ .
Request: Tribler Summary: Tribler is a fully decentralized bittorent client used for p2p file sharing. URL: www.tribler.org/ Why not in Fedora : Elliptical Curve Cryptography is required for Tribler to work, but it has been judged patent-encumbered by the Red Hat legal department. Notes:
Request: tumbler-plugin-ffmpeg Summary: Tumbler plugin to use ffmpeg to generate thumbnail images URL: http://git.xfce.org/xfce/tumbler/ Why not in Fedora : It requires ffmpeg libs Notes: Tumbler is the native method for thumbnail generation in Xfce/Thunar. Fedora includes most of Tumbler's bundled plugins in the tumbler package itself, and splits a couple of them into the tumbler-extras package.
Request: VIA Chrome9 drm kmod/akmod Summary: provide DRM support for VIA Chrome9 graphic card URL: http://linux.via.com.tw/support/downloadFiles.action, choose CN896, Ubuntu 8.10, link: Chrome9 DRM source for kernel Why not in Fedora: Fedora won't ship kernel modules Notes: urgently needed for running Chrome9 GPUs with VIA proprietary driver. Even if users manage to get those drivers manually running, they need to build the module when kernel updates arrive through updates.
Request: VIA Chrome9/UniChrome proprietary 3D Xorg driver. Summary: provide Xorg 3D driver for VIA Chrome9/UniChrome URL: http://linux.via.com.tw/support/downloadFiles.action, choose CN896, Ubuntu 8.10, link: Unified GFX driver Ver 85a-44597 Why not in Fedora: restricted driver Notes: Although only available for Ubuntu 8.10, they also work for Fedora. Confirmed for HP 2133, see http://hp2133.umsw.de, section 11b. Issues with SELinux, also with OpenGL and RandR (both only when using compiz). 2D driver works better with RandR but is known to cause system freezes. Options/switches for xorg.conf not well documented. 3D driver needs VIA Chrome9 drm module, 2D may run without it, thus poor performance playing videos etc.
Request: Veejay Summary: visual instrument and realtime video sampler URL: http://www.veejayhq.net/ Why not in Fedora: The engine is based upon ffmpeg and the mjpegtools
Request: vdr-softdevice (ShmClient) Summary: Plugin for vdr which enables output via X11-Xv. With it you can use ShmClient to get vdr output with budget-only hardware (without a hardware MPEG-decoder). URL: http://softdevice.berlios.de/ Why not in Fedora: It uses ffpmeg to decode the MPEG-stream.
Request: Xe Summary: A multi system emulator emulates many console and handheld video game systems. Xe is an original emulator written from scratch. URL: http://www.xe-emulator.com/ Why not in Fedora: Emulators are not permitted in Fedora
Request: zaptel-kmod (In progress - Seeking sponsor to add WillTatam as a contributor) Summary: zaptel kernel module for telephony cards URL: http://www.asterisk.org/ Why not in Fedora: Fedora won't ship the kernel modules (RH #177583). Notes: Asterisk (review RH #178922) and Zaptel tools (review RH #177584) are in Fedora.
Request: xvidenc Summary: the interactive shell script ripper URL: xvidenc.sourceforge.net/ Why not in Fedora: depends on some multimedia codecs
Request: msttcorefonts Summary: installs the TrueType core fonts for the web that was once available from http://www.microsoft.com/typography/fontpack/. Useful with e.g. xetex which can't use liberation fonts replacements. URL: http://rpmfind.net//linux/RPM/sourceforge/r/re/repo-1c/RPMS/msttcorefonts-2.5-1.noarch.html Why not in Fedora: Spec file is GPL, binary rpm is gratis but non-distributable.
Maintainers: If you decide to work on a package requested here, please label it as "in progress" for example - Request: foo (in progress). Once the package has been published, remove it from this list. Thanks.
Software we won't package
Request: AdobeReader Summary: An application that can view, navigate and print PDF documents Notes: Adobe provides its own Yum repository for Adobe Reader and Flash - see http://blogs.adobe.com/acroread/2008/02/adobe_reader_now_available_via.html URL: http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2_allversions.html Why not in RPM Fusion: It is not re-distributable. See http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/distribute.html
Request: libdvdcss Summary: A library for accessing and unscrambling DVDs encrypted with the Content Scramble System (CSS) URL: http://www.videolan.org/developers/libdvdcss.html Why not in RPM Fusion: The short story is: It was agreed on not to ship it due to various reasons around the fact that libdvdcss is a bit more complicated (or dangerous) than all the other software RPM Fusion offers have. The long story and all the arguments for and against shipping it can be found in the mailing lists archives. Livna and Freshrpms will provide libdvdcss for the forseeable future.
Request: java-1.6.0-sun|java-1.7.0-oracle Summary: Sun JDK Runtime Environment URL: http://java.sun.com/javase/downloads/index.jsp Notes: self-build instructions for the latest Sun JDK at http://www.city-fan.org/tips/SunJava6OnFedora Why not in RPM Fusion: restrictions on redistribution; the license at the time of writing can be found at: http://java.sun.com/javase/6/jdk-6u18-license.txt It includes terms (in the "License to Distribute Redistributables" section) like: (iii) you do not distribute additional software intended to supersede any component(s) of the Redistributables (this would include free Java implementations such as are already included in Fedora) (vi) you agree to defend and indemnify Sun and its licensors from and against any damages, costs, liabilities, settlement amounts and/or expenses (including attorneys' fees) incurred in connection with any claim, lawsuit or action by any third party that arises or results from the use or distribution of any and all Programs and/or Software (nobody at RPM Fusion is likely to agree to that)