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Re: Bug#544074: ITP: libsockets -- C++ Sockets Library


2009/8/28 Leinier Cruz Salfran <salfrancl@ipigto.rimed.cu>:
> #539568 was my first ITP, unfortunatelly, I made some mistakes I fixed
> in #544074 and the new package .. the main change:
> - the library name comply with the upstream library name
>  upstream: Sockets
>  library: sockets
> in #539568 I set the library name to 'sockets++' in order to make
> available space to other related project (e.g. 'sockets' [C]) but I
> understood that I can not change the upstream things

I understand why you proceed as you did, but it wasn't necessary to
file another bug for it. It would have been enough to just add the new
information to the existent bug report. Remember that an ITP is a way
to let others now that you are working in a package. I wouldn't like
to be misunderstood, it is good you care about filling information
correctly, but creating another ITP report wasn't necessary.

> I dont' know how to delete #539568, so I suppose it will be there some
> time .. if you know how to delete it let me know, please

You can "delete" it if you close [0] it (if you do so, please explain
the reason why you are doing it).  Another thing you can do is to
merge[1] both reports.


[0] http://www.debian.org/Bugs/Developer#closing
[1] http://www.debian.org/Bugs/server-control#merge
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