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Bug#697593: ITP: laborejo -- music notation workshop

Hello Nils,

On Mon, Jan 7, 2013 at 3:32 PM, Nils Gey <info@laborejo.org> wrote:
> I am not quite sure what this mail meant. I guess it is a package request for Debian.

Yes, it is an Intent To Package report, which means someone's doing the
packaging and intends to upload it to Debian NEW as soon as possible [1].

> While this makes me proud and happy I do advice against it at the moment.
> Laborejo is Alpha state which means with just the next release all your saved files may not be able to be loaded again.

I am aware of that, but even though it is still in an alpha state it looks to me
enough usable. You, as upstream, will have a lot of time from now on to make
it ready for the next Wheezy+1 stable release.

> 1) while ich@nilsgey.de is indeed my mail adress it is better to use info@laborejo.org here.

OK, I've taken a note about that.

> 2) Mabe it is better to accurately specify "Python 3" as programming langugage since my program simply does not run with Py2.

The above was just a general description of what I'm going to package, so the
specific version of the interpreter does not matter there.
Of course I set the right version in the debian/control file in order
to make the
buildsystem properly compute the dependencies. BTW, you may find my work
on the packaging here [2].

I'll let you know when the package's officially joined the Debian System, thanks
for the quick reply and


[1] Actually I've already uploaded your latest 0.4.0 release to Debian
unstable, if
everything goes fine it will (sooner or later) join Debian unstable.
[2] http://anonscm.debian.org/gitweb/?p=pkg-multimedia/laborejo.git

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