Re: Manpower in Debian Common Lisp Team
> For the last couple of years, I’ve been the most active member of the
> Debian Common Lisp Team. However, it’s becoming increasingly clear that
> my involvement is now going to be significantly reduced (lack of time,
> change of focus).
first of all, thank you so much for your (mostly lonesome)
work during the last years!
> So this email is essentially a call for volunteers. I will not
> disappear entirely, so I can certainly act as an adviser during a
> transition period. In particular, I would explain (or document) a few
> practices that I’ve been following so far (regarding version numbering
> and autopkgtests of CL libraries in particular).
I would be happy to take over some of the tasks and I would
appreciate your documenting the practices, as you mentioned,
even it is only in a 'bullet list' style.
> The most immediate task would be to update SBCL. I’ve given a try to
> packaging version 2.2.2, but got across a problem I’ve reported
> upstream (left unanswered so far):
> Maybe this problem can be worked around by putting the call to sb-
> ext:set-sbcl-source-location in /etc/sbclrc, instead of trying to
> modify the Lisp image at build time (though the latter is obviously
I will start by looking into this.