[Pkg-octave-devel] r2111 - octave-forge-pkgs
thomas.weber.mail at gmail.com
Sun Jun 15 21:00:53 UTC 2008
On 15/06/08 18:48 +0200, Rafael Laboissiere wrote:
> * Thomas Weber <thomas-guest at alioth.debian.org> [2008-06-15 14:35]:
> > [snip]
> As you have probably noticed, I am updating the TODO file starting from the
> end and proceeding backwards.
> I am fixing some trivial things while doing that (Standards-Version, Arch:
> all, etc). I am though afraid that the amount of work is still quite high
> in order to get all of them uploaded. Also, as Thomas noted, some of the
> packages will probably not be suitable for inclusion in Debian.
Actually, I wanted to help, but got de-motivated after the first three
packages. Seriously, how difficult can it be noting that "License: BSD" is
not really true when I've copied a file from MySQL that is under GPL2 only?
My other concerns are not really about the current quality of any code,
nothing starts at a 1.0 quality. But there haven't been any changes to some
files for 5+ years, so this code should either be moved into another package
Take civil-engineering: these are some ode solvers, so odepkg seems like a
perfect place for them (as bonus we get a more descriptive package name).
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