Ok, I was expecting to upload it later, but since I got the answers from the maintainer, then I'll upload it for weekend review to mentors.debian. I know there's work to do still, but I've tested the packages, they install-purge gracefully, are almost lintian-clean (besides the fact that gives me debhelper-no-misc-depends). I've made a few hello-world-kind of program using SWT without any compile or runtime errors. Please keep an eye on it. I'll be working on it at the weekend too, so if you could give your points earlier, that would be great. On Thu, 2009-06-25 at 09:15 -0700, Shaun Jackman wrote: > Hi Adrian, > > I maintain SWT (swt-gtk) for Debian. If you send me the diff and dsc, > I'll look over your work this weekend. Adnan Hodzic was also > interested in adopting swt-gtk and azureus. If you like, you could > collaborate with him. Thanks for considering adopting swt-gtk and > azureus. They could use a maintainer that uses Azureus more frequently > than I do. > > Cheers, > Shaun > > 2009/6/25 Adrian Perez <firstname.lastname@example.org>: > > Thanks for your reply. > > I know I could upload to mentors. But since it's quite ethical to > > request the maintainer's feedback before adopting a package, I was > > asking because I have no way of establishing contact with him, since > > I've tried a lot in the last days. > > > > I'm currently doing some refinements, and planning to add the x86_64 > > and ppc versions as arch-patches. > > > > I think the previous maintainer could sponsor it, but because he is > > probably off, then I should RFS it. > > > > Thank you all. Feedback welcome.
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