[lsb-discuss] Re: klik2 and LSB

Kurt Pfeifle k1pfeifle at gmx.net
Sun Feb 3 08:05:27 PST 2008

Kurt Pfeifle wrote:
> Jeff Licquia wrote:
>> The Linux Standard Base version 3.2 has been released.  
> Congratulations for this release, Jeff! Thanks to all you guys who put
> in that much of work to make LSB 3.2 happen.
> You may be interested to know that the klik2 [*] development team will
> soon make an announcement about our "Milestone 3" release. As you may
> know, klik2 heavily relies on LSB, and we hope that 3.2 will be adopted
> very quickly by all major distros, and will appear in their upcoming
> releases.
> Also, the FOSDEM (Free and Open Source Developers European Meeting) or-
> ganizers have now published an interview they've done with Simon Peter
> and myself a while ago. One of the most interesting snippet for you may
> be this one:
>    "BTW, a klik QA would at the same time prove and ensure the quality
>     of the Linux Standard Base itself. To the extent that klik bundles
>     run flawlessly on each LSB-compliant distribution, they are proof
>     not only of the klik recipe XML's correctness, but also that the
>     binaries inside the recipe's ingredient (native) packages were
>     built in an LSB-compliant way."

Yes, I missed to provide the link to the interview mentioned above.
Here it is:


Kurt Pfeifle
System & Network Printing Consultant ---- Linux/Unix/Windows/Samba/CUPS

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