Re: RFS: triggerhappy
Dies schrieb Nick Leverton (firstname.lastname@example.org):
> I gather that this is a new package to Debian. Your debian/changelog
> should probably start from new in that case. You could perhaps move
> the existing debian/changelog to changelog.OLD or similar, if you want
> to retain the history of the code's evolution before it entered Debian.
I'm not sure about that and I heard different opinions about it - does
it hurt to keep the old history? OK, it'll survive inside the git repository,
but is removing the history before the package introduction really necessary?
> The new debian/changelog should start with the new version, 0.3.1-1,
> and should Close: your ITP bug #603842 (you've closed it in a version
> which AFAICS has never been in Debian).
Sure, adding that line would be the first thing I'd do once someone volunteers
to sponsor the package.
> The source files licensing (author, date and a pointer to COPYING) needs
> to be made explicit in each file, via a comment block near the top:
> Are you your own upstream ? This could be easy to apply then :)
Every .c-file has to contain that header? Sure, possible, but seems very
> Sorry this took so long to write up, hope you can have a happy
> $FESTIVITIES and write some more cool code for Debian :-)
Well, thanks for your review, I'll try to do both :-)