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Re: Refactoring source packaging, Linux specific

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Le 21 mars 2012 à 06:16, Andreas Tille a écrit :

> Hi Eric,
> On Wed, Mar 21, 2012 at 12:41:57AM +0100, Eric Maeker wrote:
>> I've closed the ITP bug for the freemedforms project.
> I see no reason in closing the ITP bug before the package is uploaded to
> Debian unstable.  Why did you do so?

I believed I had too since the debian files are created...

>> We really beleive that the freemedforms project should be part of Debian main.
> I agree and I would really like to do this but I do not see any free
> timeslot for the next ten days, sorry.

Ok no problem. Thanks for your help.

>> Can anyone help us to upload the packages ? Do we have to fill a RFA bug ?
> Just keep the ITP bug open - it should be closed inside the first upload
> to Debian unstable.

Humm, yes.

> RFA means you will not keep on maintaining a
> package and want somebody else to do so.  As far as I understood this is
> not the case.

Yes that's not the case.

> The control file says:
>  Package: freemedforms-freedata
>  Architecture: all
>  Depends: ${misc:Depends}
>  Replaces: freediams-data
>  Description: Free extra-data for the FreeMedForms project
> This means the data for FreeDiams are provided inside the set of binary
> packages of FreeMedForms.

To be fully exact, the FreeDiams data && FreeDiams binary (+theme +translations) are now provided inside the freemedforms-project.

> What does this finally mean for the FreeDiams package.

The freediams && freemedforms path on the svn is now obsolete. We only use the 'freemedforms-project' dir. Do I answer your questionning ? Or did I misunderstood something ?

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