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Re: Bug#743379: ITP: gravit -- visually stunning gravity simulator



On 06/04/14 12:55, Оlе Ѕtrеісhеr wrote:
> Hi Tomazs,
> 
> Tomasz Buchert <tomasz.buchert@inria.fr> writes:
> > I moved gravit.git to /git/debian-astro, for stellarium.git I provided a symlink,
> > because I still don't know how to manage the transition (the old package still
> > references
> 
> Just to be consistent with debian-science: could you put your packages
> under the packages subdir?

Hi again Ole,
sure, I've done it already.

> 
> > collab-maint git repository). I also moved stellarium-stars which is a prospective
> > package referenced in: https://bugs.debian.org/664457
> > (I'm also looking for sponsor of this package, btw!)
> 
> I would like to, but I still didn't finish my New Maintainer process.

There is no rush, don't worry.

> 
> > The rights to /git/debian-astro seem a bit restrictive and I cannot access git
> > repos via:
> > https://alioth.debian.org/anonscm/git/debian-astro/packages/gravit.git
> > We should change this, because otherwise we cannot use Vcs-Git and Vcs-Control
> > in d/control.
> 
> I have the same problem. I think this is a problem of the alioth web
> server. However, I am not sure whom to ask...

I've sent an e-mail to Alioth admins (and you are CCed)
so maybe they'll solve it :).

> 
> Best
> 
> Ole
> 
> 
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Cheers,
Tomasz


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