Re: RF[CS]: ubiquity (mozilla extension) in Debian
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On 10/30/2010 03:34 AM, Paul Tagliamonte wrote:
> On Fri, Oct 29, 2010 at 6:57 PM, Gabriele Giacone <email@example.com> wrote:
> 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.
For the latter, I mean "When Debian fixes something, we benefit" and
such fixes _always_ go to ubuntu when sync runs.
On the contrary, when something is fixed on ubuntu just _sometimes_ it's
sent back to Debian.
> Anyway, renamed.
>> You're having trouble following the rules. I'm going to CC the Debian
>> Group to see if they could help you.
>> I quote:
>> 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.
Mails from M.Shuler in this thread will help you.
If you don't want to read not even them, we're talking about source
> 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.
Given that you're interested in ubuntu packages, you could have learnt
what happens if source package name already exists and how to manage
that on ubuntu side: I guess blacklisting as requested by Luca then
probably renaming to ubiquity-whatever. How about time spent doing that
rename instead of writing to d-mentors?
I would have considered that as your love of ubuntu.
More love of ubuntu could also be adding some ubuntu-related ubiquity
extension commands as Filippo and others did for debian ones .
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