Hi Tats, Thank you for your response. I do contact NOSHIRO Shigeo <firstname.lastname@example.org> to ask him if he wanna add the Chris Beggy patches. If he does not want, maybe I'll ask the Mew upstream. If it fails, I'll begin to package bbdb-mew. Tatsuya Kinoshita <email@example.com> wrote: > On May 28, 2003 at 11:06AM +0200, > Arnaud Vandyck <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > > Chris Beggy wrote a lisp program to bind mew and bbdb. It's not > > packaged, it's just five elisp files. > > > > I'd like these files to be in Debian and I wonder if I have to fill a > > ITP (or RFP) on wnnp or if these files can be included as a patch in the > > mew or bbdb package? > > These files can be included by the Debian mew package if the > Debian mew maintainer agreed. But I feel that creating new > package (e.g. bbdb-mew) is a natural way. > > > If I ITP, do I have to ask Chris to put the files in a tarball format > > and publish it somewhere or can I simply download the files, make a > > tarball and package it? > > You can make a tarball. Of course, an official tarball is better. > > > Last question, Chris did not give a name to his 'project'... Can I call > > it mew+bbdb? > > How about `bbdb-mew'? The file `bbdb-mew.el' seems to be a main > part of this package. It provides the `bbdb-mew' feature. > > >  http://t2100cdt.kippona.net/linux/emacs/mew/ -- Arnaud Vandyck, STE fi, ULg Formateur Cellule Programmation.
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