Re: Status of wired
On Sat, 2007-05-19 at 19:57 +0200, cobaco (aka Bart Cornelis) wrote:
> On Saturday 19 May 2007, Toby Smithe wrote:
> > My next question is this: should I first have the package accepted into
> > Ubuntu Gutsy before getting it to Debian, or should I do the reverse? It
> > would be easiest for me to do the former, in my position, but I'm still
> > unsure as to whether that's the "right" thing to do.
> Given that Ubuntu regurarly starts a new branch from Debian unstable any
> package you get into Debian will automatically end up in Ubuntu. So
> uploading to Debian first, then Ubuntu if you want it there before the next
> sync seems more sane in general IMO.
> On the other hand if you have upload priviliges to Ubuntu there's no reason
> not to do an upload there while looking for a sponsor.
Whilst I don't, I know the people involved, and I would thus find
getting an upload into Ubuntu somewhat easier.
> > "What I would do is upload it to REVU and then once you get it accepted
> > in Ubuntu (and you know you have a good package) remove the Ubuntu
> > specific stuff and upload to mentors."
>  seems to indicate that REVU is the ubuntu equivalent of mentors?
> In wich case it would make sense to upload to REVU en mentors at the same
> time, many eyes make all bugs shallow after all.
Makes sense, and that seems to be the path I've followed.
>  https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MOTU/Packages/REVU