Hi Holger, Andi, On Sa 15 Jun 2013 10:55:47 CEST Holger Levsen wrote:
Hi Andi, On Samstag, 15. Juni 2013, Andreas B. Mundt wrote:I had a look at the debian-science alioth repository, they use a subdirectory 'packages' for packaging . So I suggest to follow that convention and put the source packages in debian-edu/packages/ like: debian-edu/packages/libticables debian-edu/packages/libtifiles debian-edu/packages/libticonv debian-edu/packages/libticalcs debian-edu/packages/gfm debian-edu/packages/tilp2I'd rather have debian-edu/packages/tic/* - because for "normal" Debian Edudevelopers these package have little / less interest and they seem to be many, cluttering the packages view. Similarily I would put the debian-edu-* packagesinto packages/core/ and slbackup, italc and others into some other subdir.
Hangon hangon hangon... Git is not SVN. The current projects I see use a very very flat directory structure.
The current structure in /git/debian-edu is: /git/debian-edu/<package-name>.git for packages. For upstream projects there is a subfolder, indeed: /git/debian-edu/upstream/<upstream-project>.gitThe point with SVN is that you just have one big repo, but with Git every software project / package has its own repo and the developer can sort those repos on his local system as he/she wants. So no need to setup an artificial structure on the central Git sharing point (git.debian.org).
Let's keep things flat on /git/debian-edu would be my vote.
When taking a look at debian-science, I realized that the packages fit also there (Data Acquisition/Hardware). What is the better fitting team? Any oppinions on that topic?collab-maint/ is another good option. Every DD is automatically a member and any alioth user can become one easily.
Any of the above fits well. The question is where these packages are more likely to be maintained (-edu or -science).
For Debian Edu, please use email@example.comThis sub-project (for packaging -edu related software for Debian) has its extra mailing list where all those upload messages and bug reports go to. This is for keeping the ftpmaster+BTS traffic off the firstname.lastname@example.org ML.
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