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Re: RFS: undo-closed-tabs-button

Thanks for comment, is very important to me, make corrections to the package I hope are good.
Package name    : xul-ext-undo-closed-tabs-button
It builds these binary packages:xul-ext-undo-closed-tabs-button - Add-on for Firefox/Iceweasel  that allows you to undo closed tabs
The package can be found on mentors.debian.net:- URL: http://mentors.debian.net/debian/pool/main/x/xul-ext-undo-closed-tabs-button- Source repository: deb-src http://mentors.debian.net/debian unstable main contrib non-free- dget http://mentors.debian.net/debian/pool/main/x/xul-ext-undo-closed-tabs-button/xul-ext-undo-closed-tabs-button_3.7.3-1.dsc
Kind regards

El 26 de mayo de 2011 18:31, Henrique de Moraes Holschuh <hmh@debian.org> escribió:
On Thu, 26 May 2011, Ludwin Alduvi Hernández Vásquez wrote:
> * Package name : undo-closed-tabs-button

Check the policy for package naming for mozilla or xul extensions, and
follow it.

> It builds these binary packages:
> undo-closed-tabs-button - This add-on allows you to undo closed tabs via a
> toolbar button

Mention it is a xul/firefox/mozilla/whatever add-on in the description.

> My motivation for maintaining this package is: Contribute to debian project,
> and learn about of infrastructure.

This is a _REALLY_ weak reason to upload a package to Debian.

IMO you could contribute a lot more to the project by adopting any of the
hundreds of orphaned packages, which would be a lot more useful than
packaging browser extensions, as the browser already does a very good job of
managing them and updating them.  You can also look for more useful packages
that have been requested as RFP bugs (i.e. ones where it is non-trivial for
the user to use a non-packaged version).

> I would be glad if someone uploaded this package for me.

Please fix the package name and descriptions at least.  But I'd rather you
found a more useful package to take care of (note: this is not about how
useful the browser extension is, but rather the fact that we don't gain much
from getting the vast majority of the browser extensions packaged.  The
browser already does a very good job at making it easy for the users to
install/uninstall and keep extensions up-to-date).

 "One disk to rule them all, One disk to find them. One disk to bring
 them all and in the darkness grind them. In the Land of Redmond
 where the shadows lie." -- The Silicon Valley Tarot
 Henrique Holschuh

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