Well I am posting to the forums, aren’t I? 😉
Well yeah, that was the point. Except I hadn’t realized there was an outstanding question to me. (sorry!)
As far as uploading a user-contributed RPM to sourceforge, I won’t do that. SF doesn’t have a way to mark a binary as “user contributed”, or “unofficial”, so I have a hard time doing that.
I hope to have some time to work on the web site to be able to post user-contributed binaries, as I get them from time to time, and it would be nice to have them all collected in one place. Sadly, i find myself working on the server to the exclusion of the web site.
Perhaps after a 1.0 release I’ll have time to bring the web stuff up to speed. Dunno.
In any event, if you were to email me (ron at pedde.com) the specfile you used, I’d be happy to include it in the contrib directory and credit you, or if you have a place you can post a binary, I’d be happy to direct people to it. Until I have a place to store user-contributed binaries, though, I really don’t know what to do with a $RANDOM_DISTRO rpm.