Re: Backport of transifex-client
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Le 23/09/2011 21:05, Alexander Wirt a écrit :
> Benjamin Sonntag schrieb am Friday, den 23. September 2011:
>> Ok, I will send you the updated version, with dsc etc.
>> If I understand it well, the only thing I have to change is the
>> debian/changelog so that the version number has a ~bpo60.1
> Unfortunatly I have to repeat again that we expect backports to be
> experienced debian packagers that are willing to support the
> package over the whole lifetime of a release.
I'm ready and willing to follow this package and maintain this
backport (adding an alert on the wheezy package and recompile it when
security or major thing happens) during at least squeeze lifetime.
And I already developped a few debian packages for a
non-officially-in-debian software called AlternC (alternc.org) which
is a debian hosting control panel. (non-official because it changes
configuration of other packages, we are slowly finding solution to
this to try to enter debian...)
So, yes, it's my first backport, so I have to understand the process.
Since Cyril welcome me by giving me the proper instruction page, I
followed those instructions and obtained this :
Thanks for your warm welcome :)
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