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Re: ITP/RFS (Request For Sponsor): xpuyopuyo

On Wed, Feb 23, 2000 at 06:19:48PM -0500, Daniel Burrows wrote:
>   Hello list,
>   I have created and would like to upload to woody a package of the game
> xpuyopuyo.  This is a UNIX port of the Windows game with a similar name,
> vaguely similar to Tetris but (of course) different; the idea is that you
> match up sets of 4 (rather cute :) ) colored blobs to eliminate them.  Appears
> to have two-player support via network or on the same display (I haven't
> tested this myself, so I can't say what the quality of play is, but I think
> it should be fine)
>   The software is from:
> http://chaos2.org/xpuyopuyo/
>   There's one small problem, though, which is that I'm not a Debian developer.
> I applied a few months ago (while n-m was still closed), and have one package
> sponsored into potato (xarchon); is there anyone who would be interested in
> sponsoring an upload of this for woody?  I'm willing to wait until after the
> potato freeze.

Knowing the quality of your code, I'll be happy to sponsor you. However,
I'm still running potato. Although I can upload to unstable, I hope to doesn't
any library versioning problems. Even more, I play a little with the Windows
version of this soft and find it quite amusing.

>   I don't have any public Web/FTP space, so I'll have to either email you
> the source package or put them up on my own computer (which has a dynamic IP,
> making things a bit of a pain..)

It's OK for email, my server can take it normally. But if you don't repack
the original source, send me only your .dsc and .diff.gz. It should be
enough since I always repack everything just to ensure that it compile

>    Thanks,
>   Daniel
> -- 
> All generalizations are dangerous.

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