Status of gem2deb in Debian?
So I'm looking to add ruby binary packages to the gearman-interface
source package (its a SWIG binding that produces python, python3, lua,
and ruby wrappers for libgearman).
It requires a number of little things to build that are unpackaged,
namely echoe and rubyforge.
So I thought, what a perfect time to try out gem2deb.
1) it worked *amazingly well* at getting a working .deb and a source
package that is nearly ready for upload (just need to do the usual
copyright/license review and write a man page for rubyforge).
2) Its not in Debian yet
3) Policy still states libfoo-ruby. Should we change it now to state
that in wheezy, the policy will be changed to be ruby-foo ?
So, I know that squeeze's release is truly just around the corner, just
wondering if there's anything I can do to help get gem2deb ready for
upload, or help with these policy changes.