Re: RFS: colorzero/2.0-1 [ITP] -- Construct, convert, and manipulate colors in a Pythonic manner.
On Sat, Jun 19, 2021 at 01:03:31PM +0100, Peter Green wrote:
Just done some reviewing/tweaking. I've pushed the following changes to
the git repo, please tell me if you have any objections.
I added a gpb.conf to make git-buildpackage actually use pristine tar
and hence result in an orig tarball that was consistent with what is
already in Ubuntu.
I found the clean target was not cleaning up the "egg-info" so I added
a command to do that.
I added a closes: entry for the ITP bug.
No objections at all -- all looks good to me! Still getting used to gbp
(I was testing the builds with sbuild prior to uploading to Salsa, hence
why I missed the not-cleaning-up-egg-info).
That leaves one issue that I think still needs to be sorted before I
sponsor the package.
The file "copyrights" has no license header and the git history says it
was copied but not where from. Poking around I discovered a script of
the same name in gpiozero, containing what appears to be the same code
and committed by you with a commit message of "create copyright
header", so I presume this script is entirely your work, assuming it is
I would suggest adding a copyright header upstream and then picking the
commit up as a Debian patch until there is another upstream release.
You're absolutely correct I shamelessly copied my "copyrights" script
from gpio-zero :). I'll add a copyright header on there in a mo and pick
the commit as a patch.
Finally would you consider adding me as a co-maintainer.
Certainly -- I'll add you to "Uploaders" as Emmanuel suggests later in