Bug#697593: ITP: laborejo -- music notation workshop
On Mon, Jan 7, 2013 at 3:32 PM, Nils Gey <email@example.com> 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 .
> 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 firstname.lastname@example.org is indeed my mail adress it is better to use email@example.com 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 .
I'll let you know when the package's officially joined the Debian System, thanks
for the quick reply and
 Actually I've already uploaded your latest 0.4.0 release to Debian
everything goes fine it will (sooner or later) join Debian unstable.
Alessio Treglia | www.alessiotreglia.com
Debian Developer | firstname.lastname@example.org
Ubuntu Core Developer | email@example.com
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