Re: Debian derivatives census: Tanglu: welcome!
On Sun, Apr 21, 2013 at 11:39 PM, Matthias Klumpp wrote:
> Hi, and sorry for the late reply and late introduction!
> I am subscribed to the -derivatives list for quite some time already,
> but I did not yet want to introduce the project, unless we have at
> least the basic work done. (This happened now)
Makes sense, thanks for being subscribed :)
> So, what is Tanglu? Tanglu is (obviously) a Linux distribution based
> on Debian Unstable...
Thanks for the introduction. It sounds a bit like aptosid and
siduction but different. Some of your ideas are ones we should
definitely add to Debian.
> @Paul: I am subscribed to the page now, all edits are right, except
> for patches.tanglu.org - but that doesn't seem to work at time anyway,
Great. I removed the patches site because it was pointing at the apt repo.
> I need to investigate that, Subscribing the planet to the planet is
> probably not the best idea long-term, but I will notify you as soon as
> there is an oficial blog. But this all depends on how successfull the
> procect will become ;-)
Planet Debian derivatives is a window into the lives of Debian
derivatives and their developers, it includes blogs and planets for
Ubuntu and the other derivatives with blogs/planets and
autodiscoverable RSS feeds for those. When you add the blog it will be
> As for the checksums stuff: In order to properly sync with Debian, we
> need to do source-only uploads. I tested that by uploading my own
> packages (the PackageKit stuff), which I had rebuild before - so that
> is just a temporary issue. (for the spice thing, I don't know why that
OK, thanks for the info. FYI the patches are now synced to alioth:
Here is the log file from the patch generation process:
The output of the census scripts: