El Thursday 04 September 2008 10:39:14 Paul Wise escribió: > On Thu, Sep 4, 2008 at 4:30 PM, Noel David Torres Taño > <email@example.com> wrote: > > > I just want somebody to revise the new version of my package, which I've moved from the traditional version 1.0 to the new 3.0 (quilt) one since it is better for the sources I have to work with. I've posted an RFS twice, with weeks in between, and didn't get a single answer. > > The archive does not yet accept version 3.0 source packages, so you > should switch back to version 1.0 source packages until it does. > Well, at least that IS an answer :) Many thanks! I really rocked my head about how to have a consistent source tree when I'm dealing with a package with several upstreams that I have to repackage myself. When I readed about 3.0 quilt I saw heaven open for me. Since my package can't have programming bugs nor security flaws at all (it is made only of images) actualizations are not critical, just convenient. We can (I think) live with the last 1.0 package while I still continue packaging in 3.0 format. After all, we've lived 5 years without any new version (7 years if we don't count NMU). Thanks for the answer er Envite
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