Il giorno Thu, 21 Sep 2006 00:31:41 +0200 "Sandro Tosi" <email@example.com> ha scritto: > Sending the message to the right ml.... I see :) > In addiction, you have modified upstream code (Makefile) without using > a patch-system. That's bad :) > > As James point out, you should use wnpp before start creating a > package. My bad, i've checked only few sections and not all :( > Check if someone is requested that software, filling a RFP (Request > For Package): you can check from this page > http://www.debian.org/devel/wnpp/rfp . If it is so, then rename that > bug in an ITP (Intent To Package); give a look here on how to do it: > http://www.debian.org/Bugs/server-control > > Before packaging a tool, check that it's not already in the archive, > or that someone is already working on, checking > http://www.debian.org/devel/wnpp/itp . > > When you're working on a new package, close the ITP bug in the > changelog, so that when the package will be uploaded in the archive, > the bug will be automatically closed. Thanks for your hints Sandro. So what's the best thing for my package? Remove it from mentors? Fix it? What? Thanks! > Regards, > Sandro Bye Bedo -- Debian Powered GNU/Linux User #373118 Bedogni Luca - Blog | http://blog.lucabedogni.it Site | http://www.lucabedogni.it Debianizzati - www.debianizzati.org | Founder Member -- A user needs the root password like nitroglycerine needs a good shake.
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