Bug#887369: RFS: libreoffice-style-papirus/20170228-1 [ITP]
On Tue, Jan 16, 2018 at 04:57:46PM +0800, Yangfl wrote:
> Actually upstream said maybe they don't need a package (see
I don't know about LibreOffice (I use it about once a year), but Firefox
extensions, while also supposed to be handled by the program itself, are
packaged quite often.
> ) and others are concerned about the maintaince (
> https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=887367#10 ).
A side package of a very active upstream doesn't sound like something that's
in any risk. Worst case, you'd need to steal a few icons from the main
project or another theme.
Also, of the two themes I maintain:
* chameleon-cursor-theme: dead upstream for 11 years
Fixes I had to do since then involved reducing some images to 64x64 (some
drivers are buggy wrt cursors bigger than that) by shortening their
shadows, and assigning a whole new set of symlinks to existing ones (KDE
had an overhaul of names they expect), fortunately without needing any
actual new ones.
* darkcold-gtk-theme: dead upstream even before I packaged it, I had to do
non-trivial upstreamish work to port it to GTK3.22. Still worth the
effort as Debian didn't have any black theme (at most middle-gray).
An icon theme might be more work than a cursor or window theme as whatever
needs the new icon would borrow from another theme and thus look out of
> You can have another opinion. If not I will close the RFS and ITP in
> the next few days.
This is your time, no one has the right to tell you what to work on (at
least not in Debian). You maintain a diverse set of packages, so a theme
that's not a part of your main area has a pretty low priority.
Thus, my opinion is:
* neither of the concerns raised is a show-stopper, but
* a decision to prioritize other packages over mere eye-candy is valid
(especially when it turns out it's not as trivial as it seemed)
> 2018-01-16 7:05 GMT+08:00 Adam Borowski <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> > On Mon, Jan 15, 2018 at 11:02:14PM +0800, Yangfl wrote:
> >> I am looking for a sponsor for my package "libreoffice-style-papirus"
> >> https://github.com/PapirusDevelopmentTeam/papirus-libreoffice-theme
> > I'm afraid that the orig tarball has a stray set of .zips in it, with all of
> > the images doubled: every file stands both on its own, and inside one of the
> > .zips.
> > Thus, could you please repack the .orig?
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