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Bug#881644: marked as done (RFS: codemirror-js/5.19.0-1)

Your message dated Thu, 04 Jan 2018 11:32:09 +0100
with message-id <1515061929.28070.7.camel@debian.org>
and subject line Re: RFS: codemirror-js/5.19.0
has caused the Debian Bug report #881644,
regarding RFS: codemirror-js/5.19.0-1
to be marked as done.

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Package: sponsorship-requests
Severity: normal

I am looking for a sponsor for a (team) update to codemirror-js.

The current version in unstable is 5.4.0 (from July 2015). This update
is not to the latest upstream version (currently 5.31.0), but to the
most recent version (5.19.0, from September 2016) before upstream
changed to building using rollup (not yet available, but packaging work
is currently being done).

This is a dependency for jupyter-notebook, amongst others.

The packaging is trivial: no build, file copy only.


  dget -x

Gordon Ball
(irc: chronitis)

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Hi Gordon,

I was browsing through the open RFSes and found this one, which is
open since a while!

Did you try to find a sponsor within the js team? Maybe that would 
have made things quicker...

As I do not find any trace that this has been communicated to the 
js team (but you are member of the team appereantly I'm going to upload
it to the DELAYED/10 queue and CC the JS team / Uploader to intervene
if necessary. The JS team or David might want to accelerate this, if
(Just a precaution, I do not believe that this is a upload out of the

First thanks for updating the package and I think it is reasonable
to take the intermediate version!

I've checked the changes and I think they are ok.

However, it would be great if you could consider adding yourself as
Uploader and also the "privacy-breach" lintian warnings (but as they
are in the examples, this is not a show-stopper)

Many thanks for your contributions to Debian!


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