On Friday 27 March 2009, David Paleino wrote: > F/up set, please respect it > (I forgot setting it in my first mail, sorry.) Being a user of kmail I don't really know if it is possible to easily handle it. Also, I'm not suer I completely understand what you mean. You want to only send replies to the debian-devel list? (If yes, excuse this reply :-) > > I see that you use git. Is it madantory to use git? (I'm not familiar > > with it). > > No. You (or whoever is going to maintain it) may use whichever $VCS you > want. There's some old-ish SVN repository for libnet (I migrated it to git > recently, so the history there is not that old -- if you meant to use SVN, > that is) > > http://svn.debian.org/viewsvn/collab-maint/deb-maint/libnet > > But please note that the SVN repo is quite "broken"  -- you may want to > remove it and start it all over again (maybe re-importing it from git?) I have to have this stored in an VCS? For some other packages i packaged (only 1 in debian), i used a local copy (at least to begin with). If yes: Do I have to have the whole package in the VCS or just the debian/ directory? From what I've read I assumed that I only need to have local copies (or a versioning system) of debian/.
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