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Originally Posted by Whiskey103 View Post
Oké guys,

Little suggestion.
Seeing all that boot.img popping up like boot_repacked and it's unclear what it is.

Please use the following format:

kernelxxx-romxxx.img

So it will always be clear what it is and where for.

Also perhaps someone is willing to maintain a all in one repacked kernel thread with all repacked kernels for different roms in one spot?
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If necessary I can provide hosting with a ftp account on whiskey103.nl or androidrevolution.nl

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this is the naming convention im actually using on my online repacker
and my main reason for creating it to start with is... having a searchable database of very kernel there is

and since this is what you're trying to do,
i'd like to ask those thread maintaining repackers to ask me for an account on my site, so that they can approve kernel images,
so that they can appear on the search.
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