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Re: Bug#467038: RFP: pytrainer -- Free Sport Training Center

> Package: wnpp
> Severity: wishlist
> * Package name    : pytrainer
>   Version         : 1.5
>   Upstream Author : Fiz Vazquez vud1@sindominio.net
> * URL or Web page : http://pytrainer.e-oss.net/
> * License         : GPLv2
>   Description     : Free Sport Training Center
>      Pytrainer is a tool to log your sport activities. This software is
>      originally programed for cyclist but it can be used for another type of
>      sportman resistance like runners, swimmers, skiers, mountain bikers,
>      etc... Pytrainer works with your GPS fitness device and it is be able to
>      generate detailed graphics and statistics with your gps data.

("Request For packaging" sent in Debian to ask for an official package
for pytrainer to go in Debian. I picked that up at least to have a
look because I'm quite interested in that software even if I have no
clue with Python stuff)

Well, the upstream author apparently maintains packages for the
various Ubuntu flavours.

I think it would be better to start from this in order to build a
Debian package.

However, I can't get my hands on the source of these packages. There
are proposed sources.list entries, but only for binary packages (of
course, I will never install such packages and, anyway, I need the
.diff.gz file if I want to build a package)

Fiz, can you help me for this? Would you be interested, as upstream
author, to help maintaining an *official* Debian package for your
(I note that you seem to be an Ubuntu user: having the package in
Debian would make it easier to have it in Ubuntu, of course)

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