Re: RF[CS]: ubiquity (mozilla extension) in Debian
On Fri, Oct 29, 2010 at 6:57 PM, Gabriele Giacone <email@example.com> wrote:
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> On 10/26/2010 07:41 PM, Paul Tagliamonte wrote:
>> We try and maintain a symbiotic relationship with Debian. If we fix
>> something, we send it upstream to help Debian. When Debian fixes
>> something, we benefit.
> IMHO just the latter is always true.
I'm working with Debian, and I'm not a DM, DD or anything. Therefore
saying that the latter is always true is wrong. However, your bias is
clearly noted. Also wrong, but noted.
> Anyway, renamed.
You're having trouble following the rules. I'm going to CC the Debian
Group to see if they could help you.
The binary package's name should be xul-ext-<ext> with <ext> being the
extension's name. E.g. xul-ext-nostalgy for Icedove's nostalgy
( as was noted before at http://wiki.debian.org/Mozilla/ExtensionsPolicy )
You should rename the package to fix Debian's conventions.
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You should also consider being nicer to people and sister projects.
Such unjustified and blind hate is not proper. It makes me not want to
help you, at all.
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