Salut! On Tuesday 16 October 2012 07:01:11 Vincent Fourmond wrote: > > On Wednesday 10 October 2012 19:59:11 Vincent Fourmond wrote: > >>>> * I don't see the point of including session dumps - especially 4MB of them ! > >>> Absolutely. Done. > >>> I did not change the orig tarball however. Right? > >> Hmmm... I'm unsure about that, since the copyright status of the > >> dumps is somehow unclear (and their license too). I'm afraid the > >> FTPmasters would not appreciate that much. I leave it up to you to > >> dedice however... > (...) > The thing is: what is the copyright status of such a thing ? Is it > free ? To me, it seems that it's a bit like a screenshot of a game -- > it can only be considered free if the game is free, which, in this > case, isn't true. I understand that you, as a developer, found this > dump extremely useful. But will the users care ? > (...) Several things occured: First, upstream, the http dump file was reduced from a 4MB to a 8kB, removing the uninteresting binary part of the image. This was release as release candidate 2. This is the only upstream change. Then, since that dump have an unclear license, I also removed it from the orig file using a +dfsg version. >>> (...) Please mark the changes in debian/changelog. >> This is weird. I tried many things before, but did not show them in the >> changelog, since this is before first version. See: >> http://anonscm.debian.org/gitweb/?p=collab-maint/eyefiserver.git;a=commitdiff;h=0f8a8577bdc3272327eee05c04ae9d35a4fdcc61 >> Would that be better to keep that stuff too? > What I'm asking is just personal taste, but as a sponsor, I like to > see what happened since I last looked by just a glance at the > changelog - for the first upload or any subsequent one. Hence my > request ;-). So you don't need to dump all your git log from the > initial import to the first changelog... I'm now showing the changes for unreleased versions. Beside removing the dump, that version also fix the watch file: Github provides taged snapshots without the extension and uscan doesn't like that. See --rename restrictions in uscan(1). You can download the package with dget using this command: dget -x http://mentors.debian.net/debian/pool/main/e/eyefiserver/eyefiserver_2.3~rc2+dfsg-1.dsc Thank you
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