shevek at fmf.nl
Thu Jan 26 21:33:31 UTC 2006
On Wed, Jan 25, 2006 at 11:34:24PM +0100, Moritz Muehlenhoff wrote:
> Bas Wijnen wrote:
> > I'm a bit hesitant to move their maintainance to the group, because I
> > suppose I need them for my application. As long as there aren't any
> > problems with their maintainance, I'll keep them to myself I think. :-)
> I've asked FD/DAM and they confirmed that team maintenance is suited as well
> for NM as single maintenance. I agree with what Steve wrote and I'd
> encourage you to move your packages to SVN to group maintenance.
Good, I'll do that then. :-)
I've just prepared a new upload for pioneers. Should I put this list as
maintainer (and myself as co-maintainer)? I saw that's how it was done for
komi, at least.
I am part of upstream for it, and the debian directory is in upstream cvs (but
not in the distribution tarballs). Because of this, I usually don't need to
make any change outside debian/. I guess I should only import debian/* into
svn then, right?
The other game I maintain is GFingerPoken. When I adopted it, it needed some
work. The original author has been inactive since 2000, so I took over
upstream (with his consent). I changed some things, and now there's really
only one thing left to change IMO, which is moving the thing from Gtk1 to
Gtk2. However, when I tried this I found that quite a bit harder than I
expected. It's about as much work as rewriting the whole thing from scratch,
and if I'm going to write something from scratch, I prefer to write something
new. :-) But I anyone here wants to try, let me know and I can tell you what
the problems are.
Anyway, Since there isn't really any activity upstream, there'll be no new
uploads, and I think it'd be a bad idea to do an upload just to change the
maintainer. But I'll do it when/if there will be an upload for it.
On Thu, Jan 26, 2006 at 09:06:23PM +0100, Miriam Ruiz wrote:
> I think that the reasons mentioned against the usage of patches inside a svn
> repository make a lot of sense, I'd like to know how many people in the group
> prefer which option.
I think we shouldn't have patches in svn. If there's stuff to patch, put the
full source in svn. If there isn't, put only debian/ (which is what I think
I should do for pioneers).
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