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Re: hpc team

On 03/12/2017 19:27, Afif Elghraoui wrote:
> [dropping Cc's except for pkg-ofed; I think we can follow-up on
> debian-hpc only from now on]
> على الإثنين 27 تشرين الثاني 2017 ‫16:51، كتب Mehdi Dogguy:
>> I've just created a Debian HPC on alioth and added you all in the team.
>> We will use alioth mainly as a git hosting service. No need to create
>> mailing lists (as alioth is already deprecated and mailing lists hosted
>> there are expected to vanish).
> Thanks for doing this!
>> For git notifications (and to avoid creating a mailing list specifically
>> for this need), I've investigated the team concept in tracker.d.o. So it
>> works as follows:
>> I've create a "Debian HPC" team there [1]. I've added you all but everyone
>> one can join. On [1], we can manage the list of packages monitored by the
>> team. Then, on [2], everyone can manage its own subscriptions and enable
>> the keywords one wants. If you want git notifications, you're looking for
>> the keyword "vcs" after selecting it in "modify keywords".
>> Once that configured, you have to enable it in each git repository and put
>> the following snippet in ${source_package}.git/config (on alioth):
>> [multimailhook]
>>         mailinglist = dispatch+${source_package}_vcs@tracker.debian.org
>>         emaildomain = users.alioth.debian.org
>>         announceshortlog = true
>>         automigrated = true
>> Where ${source_package} is your source package name.
>> As of time of writing, we still have no git dir on git.debian.org:/git/.
>> I guess some cron job has to be executed at some point but still didn't.
>> But the gid is already created and up-to-date:
>> debian-hpc:x:111057:mehdi,bsmith-guest,afif,oliva,mckinstry,bdrung,olivag-guest
>> I'll check again tomorrow to see whether our git space has been created.
> The git space is there. So on a member package's next upload, we can
> move the VCS to debian-hpc and update the URLs in debian/control. But
> what goes in the Maintainer field of these packages now?

Simply “Debian HPC team <debian-hpc@lists.debian.org>”, I'd say. Names of real
people go in the Uploaders field.



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