Appnr vague schedule

I launched Appnr 29days ago and got a lot of feedback. Arigatou everyone.

Appnr have vague schedule…

Current,
I focus to development to database structure and backends system for good execution performance.

Next week,
Changing APT source list in appnr to Ubuntu 8.10 and updating package information.

Next month or after,
Adding package download links.
Adding translation into package description page(partial).
Coffee.
Changing interface for more useful.
Adding comment and ratings feature.
Adding dashboard-like page.

…vague.

I fight by backends now.

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4 Comments

  1. Posted October 25, 2008 at 4:50 pm | Permalink

    Hey, thanks for all of this! This is a wonderful service, especially because it allows me to find all the info about the available packages on its own page.

  2. fazil
    Posted October 28, 2008 at 4:32 pm | Permalink

    Hi Akira
    You should put in one more feature. For most new users (coming from windows). have problems mainly with the internet hardware or availabilty of internet(in linux). Most of the time internet will be available in windows (most internet cafe’s use (pirated)windows ,atleast in INDIA) so a feature to use this website from windows would be great.

    I dont know how but this is what I have in mind.

    1) The user is asked to enter a list(files that are already installed in the system). I believe the user can get this using some apt query command in linux.
    2) Then user selects the softwares he wants to install from this website.
    3) The website resoloves the dependencies and gives a list of links to the user.
    4)The user can use some download manager and download all the files required.

  3. Vadim P.
    Posted October 29, 2008 at 2:34 am | Permalink

    Fazil has a great point.

  4. Posted October 29, 2008 at 5:26 am | Permalink

    Hi Fazil
    I think complete solving of dependencies packages on the website is difficult…um…I can’t say yes but I try to it.

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