Re: [DRE-maint] getting rid of packages-wip/ in our SVN repository
Antonio Terceiro dijo [Tue, Sep 16, 2008 at 09:25:17PM -0300]:
> > pkg-ruby extras uses packages-wip for things that have started moving,
> > but are still not good enough for upload. Those are... well, somehow
> > out of PET's scope, IMHO (although telling us about new versions could
> > be good).
> > What pkg-ruby-extras regards as 'work in progress' is packages that,
> > in their version in SVN, have an UNRELEASED distribution.
> You mean pkg-perl here, right?
> > > I am willing to organize that, what do you think?
> > I do think packages-wip is a good thing to have. Maybe it would be
> > better to "export" the idea to other groups, and add support for it in
> > PET, just as an extra section?
> What do you think of Martín's solution of listing never-uploaded
> packages in a different section? IMHO it solves your concerns of
> differentiating what we meant with packages-wip from what PET meant by
> (this way we could move packages from packages-wip to packages and still
> have them differentiated from packages that were already uploaded and do
> affect Debian's QA).
+1 for all that! ;-) That's the best way out, keeping us stupid humans
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