[DSE-Dev] where is current repository of Debian refpolicy package?

David Härdeman david at hardeman.nu
Wed Aug 13 07:21:50 UTC 2008

On Wed, August 13, 2008 08:57, Václav Ovsík wrote:
> I will be happy to report problems and to send patches for refpolicy.
> It could be worth to see Debian patches to upstream refpolicy separately
> (not only one big Debian patch of source package).
> On the other hand I think, that I can live with my Quilt patch serie over
> selinux-policy-src. I started to work this way yesterday
> (http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=494827)

Chris PeBenito seems to have been working on getting patches merged lately
(your patch was merged yesterday and I've had 30 or so patches from the
Fedora policy merged over the last couple of weeks) so with or without a
Debian specific repo to integrate patches into, I think it's a good idea
to continue to try to get your changes merged directly upstream since it
will reduce the headache of maintaining Debian patches in the long run and
you'll get feedback on the changes.

But I agree that a Debian repo would be good to have as a staging
area...it would also be interesting to look at the patches that Ubuntu has

David Härdeman

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