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[MoM] Re: bart - tools for computational magnetic resonance imaging

Hi Martin,

I just officially added you to the MoM wiki.

On Tue, Dec 01, 2015 at 04:33:19PM +0000, Uecker, Martin wrote:
> > Thanks for letting me know.  Please try at least to get ssh access 
> > 
> >      ssh git.debian.org
> > 
> > via ssh key and commit the repository.  I'll check what changes might be
> > needed and let you know.  The MoM project is in the first place to lower
> > the barrier for asking questions the student might be afraid about to be
> > qualified as "stupid".  Just feel free to ask anything you wonder about
> > since I do not remember any stupid question here. ;-)
> Ok, I put it in /git/debian-med/bart.git as described in the
> debian-med policy.

I checked this out and added Vcs fields and Homepage to Debian control
(please pull).  I noticed that the pristine-tar branch is missing in the
git repository.  You can get this easily by redoing

    gbp import-orig --pristine-tar your_orig_tar_gz

(just make sure you use the --pristine-tar option) and push the
pristine-tar branch.  The rationale is that we can both easily work
on a byte identical tarball right from the Git archive.

I assume that the debian/control file is missing other Build-Depends
than just debhelper.  I'd also recommend to use

    cme fix dpkg-control

which would bump your Standards-Version to 3.9.6 (which you can also do
manually but cme is a nifty tool I'd like to introduce to newcomers).

Kind regards



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