On Tue, Jul 16, 2013 at 12:47:51AM +0200, Cyril Brulebois wrote: > Aníbal Monsalve Salazar (2013-07-16): > > On Wed, May 22, 2013 at 09:46:15AM +0200, Maarten Lankhorst wrote: > > > Currently, I co-maintain the packages related to X11. xf86-video-* > > > xf86-input-*, mesa, xorg-server, xserver-xorg-*, xorg, x11proto, > > > libdrm and wayland. > > > > The webpages below list no packages under your name. > > > > http://email@example.com > > Because adding to Uploaders anyone having ever had worked on this or that > X package isn't something we do, that's why the above-mentioned packages > aren't showing up with Maarten as a maintainer. > > As for sponsored uploads, they might not appear because the sponsor usually > finalizes the changelog with "dch -r" and git commit before uploading. > > See Julien's mail about his being happy with Maarten's package preparation. Okay. That's good enough for me. > > Your advocates note you upload packages to the Ubuntu archive. Please > > reply with web addresses of Ubuntu packages uploaded by you. I would > > like to download a source package prepared by you and have a look at it. > > Maybe other DDs may want to do the same to check your packaging skills. > > Well, we (X guys) already sponsored his packages to the Debian archive > (Julien's mail again), so we should already be good to go? Yep. Thank you for your message. There is another team (I cannot remember just now) with a similar workflow where team members preapare a package and one of them does the "dch -r" and uploads the package. This isn't known outside the team. Maybe this workflow should be mentioned in the advocacy.
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