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Re: hpc team


How do I go about adding packages to the debian-hpc team?

Specifically, openmpi and pmix, though it makes sense to move mpich as
well (currently maintained  by the debian-science team)



On 23/11/2017 08:00, Gennaro Oliva wrote:
> Hi Mehdi,
> On Wed, Nov 22, 2017 at 02:50:40PM +0100, Mehdi Dogguy wrote:
>> @Gennaro, what do you think about co-maintaining Slurm under Debian HPC's
>> umbrella? It would allow to have a better visibility of HPC-relevant
>> software
>> packaged in Debian and eventually share maintenance burden. From a packaging
>> point of view, nothing changes (except the maintainer and uploaders fields).
> That's fine.
>>> But with the alioth deprecation, I'm not sure what's to be used as the
>>> maintainer email address (mailing lists on lists.debian.org aren't
>>> supposed to be used for commit or bug notifications [1]).
>> I am also not sure about the plan too. From what I gathered, they are
>> recommending using Tracker to get commit notifications and lists.d.o for
>> discussions lists. I'll investigate the status of the concept of teams
>> implemented in Tracker.d.o and report back here.
> OK let me know.
> Best regards,

Alastair McKinstry, <alastair@sceal.ie>, <mckinstry@debian.org>, https://diaspora.sceal.ie/u/amckinstry
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