|OK, thanks for the advice. We should definitely migrate to a git-based hosting situation.|
Hi Erik,thanks for your investigation.On Tue, Jan 10, 2017 at 11:18:50AM +0100, Erik Sjölund wrote:
I asked Lars Arvestad (the upstream author and the owner of the webThe fact that the source download for the package vanished is no reasonto remove the Debian package which has a decent user base and no knownbugs. I just wanted to make sure we will not miss any future releasewhen I was checking the download location. My recommendation for areliable download of the source would be to use any of the known Githosting platforms which provide source tarball downloads provided thatthe authors are using tags. Please note that not only Debian usersmight have interest in the source code but other users or distributionsas well.So I'll simply leave the Debian package as is and hope you might ping incase the author might have followed my suggestion (or fixes the downloadby some other means).Kind regards Andreas.
page http://prime.sbc.su.se/) but he said he didn't have time. He
suggested the Debian package could be removed.
On Fri, Dec 2, 2016 at 9:04 AM, Andreas Tille <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:-- http://fam-tille.de
I realised that uscan which is seeking for new versions of Debian
packaged software at the download location failed to connect. When
looking at the download page the spefified link
http://prime.sbc.su.se/download/ returns "Forbidden". Could you
please check what might be wrong here?