Any ideas why Sofia SIP is not in Debian ?
kilian at debian.org
Sat Jun 10 23:27:46 UTC 2006
> Anyone has any idea why Sofia SIP  is not presently in Debian ?
because nobody did it? ;)
> I guess there could be ant DFSG issues, but did not find the reasons why the code is
> under LGPL. Otherwise it seems we should package that piece of software.
> There is already a debian directory with maintainer scripts in sourceforge
> cvs tree of the project we can start with or invite the developer(s) to use
> our svn repository for packaging purposes. Any thoughts ?
well, either that, or just dump that debian dir and do our own one
(probably on the basis that is there already).
As you got SVN access, feel free to import whatever you see fit. Yet to
keep debian versions independant from upstream, we shouldn't rely on
their debian/ dir, so either it's moved to our SVN from upstream or we
just keep it to ourselves and package with a repackaged tarball with the
upstream debian/ dir removed and replaced.
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