Hi Nik, On Fr 01 Apr 2016 14:47:52 CEST, Dominik George wrote:
Hi,> Yes, I know that. However, the only problem to be solved is merging the > two repositories, and having some remotes dangling around doing so does > not make it easier. If you ask me you should not put too much effort into this merge. The main thing is that it somehow can be understand for an interested reader how you developed from one released version to another. I do not think that a two weeks delay of an upload is a sensible price here.So, what I'd like to do is archive the old repository somewhere and start overwith a new repository, with the layout we agreed on, starting at the current, new version of the package. What does Mike think of that? -nik
I fully agree with Andreas (I guess, you quoted him, right?).I think that all previous uploads to Debian should be in the repo. Plus your changes.
If you just copy your changes on top and do a single bulk commit or if you want to start at some earlier place in history and then import some of your and Torsten patches separately on top of that, I don't mind.
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