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Re: Adding packages to ELPA

From: Richard Stallman
Subject: Re: Adding packages to ELPA
Date: Fri, 19 Sep 2014 14:02:53 -0400

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    Why not add them to Emacs instead?

Some packages belong in Emacs, others in ELPA.  That's a practical
question, depending on what the package does, how popular it is, and
how it relates to other packages.

In general, I think packages that are libraries for other packages
should be in Emacs.

But that is orthogonal to the questions we're discussing here.

Dr Richard Stallman
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