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Bug#838870: RFS: nbsphinx/0.2.9+ds-1 [ITP] -- Jupyter Notebook Tools for Sphinx

Hi Fred,

On 03/10/16 14:55, Frederic Bonnard wrote:

Hi Jerome,

- d/control :
  * could you sort de dependencies : wrap-and-sort can help
  * by using github source tarball, you wouldn't have to deal with
    suffix and get-orig-source stuff : nbsphinx.egg-info and setup.cfg are
    already stripped
- d/copyright : "There are many versions of the MIT license. Please use Expat
  instead, when it matches."
- d/rules :
  * could you use $(CURDIR) instead of relative paths ?
  * about mathjax workaround, will the generation embeds the js or will it link
    to the local mathjax package in python-nbsphinx-doc ? meaning, do you
    confirm you don't need python-nbsphinx-doc to Depends on libjs-mathjax
    ? Sorry I could not build and check that to verify by myself :)
- d/patches : "debian" is not a keyword listed in DEP3 for "Origin". I guess it
    would rather be "vendor" but as you provide "Author" already, "Origin" is
    not required.

When I wanted to test the build, I couln'd find the following packages
: python[3]-nbconvert python[3]-nbformat python[3]-jupyter-client
python[3]-ipykernel Do you have the links to the .dsc files so that I can go
further ?

These are still sitting in experimental. So you'd have to grab the .dsc
from there or enable experimental in your builder.


On Sun, 25 Sep 2016 22:40:29 +0100, Jerome Benoit <calculus@rezozer.net> wrote:
Package: sponsorship-requests
Severity: wishlist

Dear Sponsors,

	I am looking for sponsorship for the Debian package nbsphinx [0,1].
	This package brings nbsphinx to Debian on behalf of the Debian
	Python Modules Team. This is my second Debian Python Module package,
	so it might certainly be subject to some mistakes.

Thanks in advance,

[0] https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=838806
[1] https://anonscm.debian.org/git/python-modules/packages/nbsphinx.git

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