Carbs Linux - a simple busybox linux distribution
In April 3rd, I have added submodule support for Carbs
Linux’s fork of
kiss. Now, from that sentence, it really
doesn’t sound exciting at all. But in reality, it opens a
path to lots of creative output, and a better way to manage
multi-user repositories (such as KISS Community).
When managing a repository of submodules, the repository maintainer’s only job is to deal with adding packages. A package maintainer doesn’t have to wait for the repository maintainer to update their packages, as they are only making the changes to their own repositories.
This way, an end-user can also track from their preferred
maintainers, and do that with the tidyness of a single repository
Carbs Linux now has an outsource repository for some packages. Firefox and its dependencies have been purged from the main repository, but can be found on it.
https://github.com/CarbsLinux/outsourceView Page Source