RFS: projectm (ping)
fsateler at gmail.com
Sun Jun 20 15:22:54 UTC 2010
Apply to the project in alioth.debian.org, then we can add you. And
subscribe to this list and pkg-multimedia-commits. Not sure if you
already are, so CCing you.
On Sun, Jun 20, 2010 at 09:16, Matthias Klumpp <matthias at nlinux.org> wrote:
>> I just imported your package into the debian-multimedia git repo.
>> This should make it easier to review your package. I don't have time yet
>> review your package. Sorry. Maybe you can trying catching siretart on
> Okay. Can I get access to the Git repository to make changes on the
> package? The I would stop committing new packages to Debian Mentors and
> push all changes directly to the Git repo.
>>> Package details:
>>> * Package name : projectm
>>> Version : 2.0.1-1
>>> Upstream Author : projectM Team
>>> * URL : http://projectm.sf.net
>>> * License : GPLv2 and LGPLv2.1
>>> Section : sound
>>> It builds these binary packages:
>>> libprojectm-dev - Advanced Milkdrop-compatible music visualization
>>> - dev
>>> libprojectm-qt-dev - projectM Qt4 (development files)
>>> libprojectm-qt1 - projectM Qt4 bindings
>>> libprojectm2 - Advanced Milkdrop-compatible music visualization library
>>> libvisual-projectm - libvisual module for projectM
>>> projectm-data - Advanced Milkdrop-compatible music visualization library
>>> projectm-jack - projectM JackAudio module
>>> projectm-pulseaudio - projectM PulseAudio module
>>> The package appears to be lintian clean.
>>> The upload would fix these bugs: 565355
>>> There's some "special" stuff to know about this package: The package
>>> replaces the orphaned libvisual-projectm package and the libprojectm
>>> I got authorization from the maintainer of libprojectm to take over
>>> maintainership over this package.
>>> The pkg produces some Lintian warnings about ancient Autotools scripts
>>> Windows binaries in the package. (projectM uses CMake, the
>>> Autotools-Scripts are just cruft which isn't used) It also has some
>>> binaries which unnecessarily linked against some libraries. All this
>>> should be
>>> fixed by upstream, but upstream seems to have a lack of manpower at
>>> so I can't get a clean tarball or fixes for all issues.
>>> But the overall quality of the pkg is okay, I think.
>>> By including the package in Debian, a lot of other apps would benefit
>>> from it. (Some audio-players use it for music visualization)
>>> The package might be a candidate to be maintained by the
>>> The package can be found on mentors.debian.net:
>>> - URL: http://mentors.debian.net/debian/pool/main/p/projectm
>>> - Source repository: deb-src http://mentors.debian.net/debian unstable
>>> contrib non-free
>>> - dget
>>> I would be glad if someone uploaded this package for me.
>>> Kind regards
>>> Matthias Klumpp
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