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Re: projectb users - we want you

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I'm not a DD so I can't add myself to the list; I'd like to see better
support for importing dsc files and binaries into the archive (aka to
importing an existing archives (import-archive now works  though after
I gave it a lobotomy).

Database wise, the only thing I could see being a worthwhile
improvement to whats already there would maybe be moving the bug
closed lists to the database so they can be queried without having to
go parsing through text files. That being said, that improvement
probably would only affect Debian itself, and very few dak/projectb

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On Mon, Aug 11, 2008 at 5:38 PM, Cameron Dale <camrdale@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 6, 2008 at 12:13 PM, Joerg Jaspert <joerg@ganneff.de> wrote:
>> Please login to merkel and add yourself to ~joerg/projectb.users (the
>> file is mode 666, so everyone with login is able to do it).
> Done. I'm surprised at the few entries after almost a week. Is no one
> using projectb, or is everyone busy at debconf?
>> Also, as a user, or potential user, of that database - feel free to let
>> us know what other data you would like to see in it. We might actually
>> put it into the database then. (It has to be related to the archive in
>> some way, so we wont randomly list, eg., bug data or something, but one
>> example would be adding the descriptions or so).
> I'd like to have access to all of the hashes of the files, SHA1 in
> particular, instead of just the MD5.
> Also, there's some information available in the archive that doesn't
> seem to be available in projectb, but that it would be nice to have.
> The suite_architectures table is incomplete (only listing unstable,
> experimental, sarge-r0, and etch-m68k). And there also isn't a way to
> determine the codenames from the suite names without looking in the
> Release files.
> Thanks,
> Cameron
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