pidgin uploaded to unstable
oystein at gisnas.net
Mon May 7 18:42:20 UTC 2007
2007/5/7, Ari Pollak <ari at debian.org>:
> Hi all,
> You're getting this message if you're listed as the maintainer or an
> uploader of a gaim plugin package.
> Pidgin has been accepted into unstable, and I plan to upload
> transitional dummy packages from gaim to pidgin in two weeks or so. This
> means that you should be getting your separate pidgin plugin packages
> uploaded ASAP, so that they have enough time to go through NEW. As a
> quick checklist, you should be doing the following:
> - Create a new package called pidgin-plugin, where it used to be called
> gaim-plugin, with the sources separate from the gaim-plugin package.
> - The build should be almost identical to the gaim plugin package, but
> change the build-dependency from gaim-dev to pidgin-dev, and change
> running dh_gaim to dh_pidgin.
> - Prepare a gaim-plugin dummy package that just depends on
> pidgin-plugin, but don't upload this until the gaim dummy packages are
> uploaded. I'd be glad to upload your package at the same time as the
> dummy gaim packages, just let me know.
> As always, if you have any questions, please let me know.
What's your recommendation for nautilus-sendto, which doesn't follow
the gaim-* naming scheme and doesn't have a hard dependency on gaim?
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