[Debian-olpc-devel] Working with git and alioth
dfarning at ubuntu.com
Wed Jun 30 20:10:27 UTC 2010
On Wed, Jun 30, 2010 at 2:13 PM, Jonas Smedegaard <dr at jones.dk> wrote:
> Hi Kandarp,
> On Thu, Jul 01, 2010 at 12:14:50AM +0530, Kandarp Kaushik wrote:
>> I've installed sugar-emulator-0.88.1-1 on Debian ( Debian GNU/Linux
>> unstable (sid) ), and am facing a problem with Sugar.
>> After changing/setting various preferences under My Settings, and
>> selecting Restart now causes the sugar-emulator to crash or logs me
>> out when running sugar session.
>> ( The values do get modified though. )
>> Please let me know if this issue can be fixed.
> Perhaps this is simply a misunderstanding (likely caused by Sugarlabs
> actively promoting Sugar as a "system"): What you really "restart" is not
> the whole computer but the X11 session which sugar-session provides.
> If you feel that this is not a misunderstanding but a bug (or a request for
> improvement), then please file a bugreport about it.
> The Debian bug tracker is email-based, and when you file a bugreport against
> a package maintained in this team, a copy of all bugtracker emails goes to
> this list as well. That way we can *both* allow others to follow that
> single issue while at the same time discuss it at this same list. Just make
> sure to respond via the bug rather than directly to the list when replying
> to bugreport mails.
> If you are new to filing Debian bugreports, then I recommend you install the
> Debian package "reportbug" and use the commandline tool of the same name -
> it guides you through, if only you have properly configured email handling
> on your system.
Each day we have been working together for several hours while
collaborating over IRC on #ubuntu-sugarteam. You are welcome to join,
but we understand how your 'Sugar on Debian' time is limited so you
prefer the mailing list.
As soon as possible, we will cover the debian bug tracker. Tomorrows
plan is packaging with git lead by Luke and dipankar. Setting up and
test sugar on Debian lead by kandarp. Packaging activities lead by
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