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Re: advice on maintainting packages on alioth ?

On Sat, Aug 18, 2007 at 01:36:30PM -0400, Felipe Sateler <fsateler@gmail.com> wrote:
> Thomas Jollans wrote:
> > Hello mentors,
> > 
> > In future, I would like to maintain my packages in Mercurial (or git)
> > repositories. It seams the best place for these to be would be alioth, but
> > I'm not sure where is the best place -- should I rather request a private
> > sub-directory or apply for collab-maint membership and upload packages
> > there ? I have some doubts about collab-maint though: Maintenance is
> > unlikely to be collaborative, and I'm not in NM, which pretty much takes
> > care of the point of collab-maint as outlined on the wiki [1]. Also, I'm
> > not sure how readily private hg/git sub-directories are granted to
> > non-DDs.
> AFAIK, collab-maint does not have git/hg repos. It only has a svn one. If
> the package is unlikely to have co-maintainers, then I think it would be
> overkill to ask for a dedicated project. You may have more luck with any
> related projects (ie, if it is a perl app, asking the pkg-perl group).

Erm, seeing how many collab-maint are visible on http://git.debian.org/
I guess collab-maint now has at least git repos...


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