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From pdion891 <>
Subject [GitHub] cloudstack-www pull request: downloads: State packages on download...
Date Wed, 25 Nov 2015 13:18:49 GMT
Github user pdion891 commented on the pull request:
    With all respect to shapeblue team, contributions and efforts,
    -1 with this current PR.  Adding "official" in the source section doesn't make sense.
This is the main site of the project, it's expected to be the official releases.  For third
party repos, I don't think repos should be listed there as it's maintain by the
cloudstack community not a single entity such as shapeblue one. shapeblue could be listed
in a third party section, but why a shapeblue repo, how different it is compare to the community
one or event Citrix cloudplatform. Then why cloudplatform would not be listed there too?
    So far, I saw lots of confusion introduced in all the documentation regarding repo urls
because urls keep swapping between and between release.
It make documentation a bit weird and look like an unstable project. I don't think
repos should be listed in the general cloudstack documentation, but can be listed in a "third
party distributions" section of the download page.
    I don't see repo as a community repo but as a vendor repo, as oppose to which is a community driven repo not backed by a vendor.
    Maybe we could have download page heading like this?:
    <h4>Source Release</h4>
    <h4>Community Packages</h4>
    <h4>Third-Party Distributions</h4>

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