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<h1><center>GhettoForge <small>We may be ghetto but our packages aren't</small></center></h1>
This repository exists to augment the existing set of third-party repositories for Enterprise Linux releases 7, 8 and 9 by providing those packages that either are not available elsewhere or newer packages than exist in either your distribution's base package sets or via other repositories. This means that some of our packages will overwrite base packages as provided by your distribution however we will endeavor to keep such packages in the [gf-plus] repository. Please see [[Usage|Usage]] for information on how to maintain sanity when using the gf-plus packages.
All packages are tested, and more importantly used, before they are made available to the public. All packages are signed with a 4096-bit GPG key. <!-- (signature fingerprint: 0xABCDEFG1 [EDIT]) and the public key is available at [http://ghettoforge.org/RPM-GPG-KEY.ghetto http://ghettoforge.org/RPM-GPG-KEY.ghetto]. -->
As an aid in package identification we use a package disttag of '.gf'
Current project members are listed below in alphabetical order:
* Peter Ajamian
* Bryan Seitz
* Steve Walsh
The packagers may be reached by the following methods:
* [[IRC]] on the Libera IRC network in the #ghettoforge channel
* [[Mailing_Lists|Mailing Lists]]
Any one interested in becoming a packager or contributing to this project should read [[Contributing|Contributing]].
We assume absolutely no responsibility for problems that arise from the use of this repository. It is expected that people making use of the packages we provide understand the risks that go with using packages outside of the [base] distribution repository and are qualified to resolve any issues that may arise. This being said we will address problems with our packages if they are brought to our attention via our [[Mailing_Lists|Mailing Lists]].
The content of this wiki is still under development and we welcome any and all suggestions for changes / enhancements via our [[Mailing_Lists|Mailing Lists]].