[chirp_users] Why Isn't Chirp In The Main Repository Of Linux Distros?

R G mettle777 at outlook.com
Wed Oct 7 22:41:09 PDT 2020

Perhaps because you have already answered your own question...Just saying ;}

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From: Glenn K0LNY<mailto:glennervin at cableone.net>
Sent: October 8, 2020 12:52 AM
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Subject: [chirp_users] Why Isn't Chirp In The Main Repository Of Linux Distros?

I've added the DanSmith repository enough times now that I can do it without looking for the exact syntax.
But I keep wondering why Chirp is not in all Linux stable repositories.
I mean that if I want something like speech-dispatcher, I don't need to add a repository to get it.
As popular as Chirp is, can't it just be in all Linux repositories?
Thanks for any info, I have been web searching for an explanation as to why this is in general, but I have only gotten a history of repositories without really explaining an answer to my question.


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