On Wed, 2014-05-21 at 13:07 -0400, David Prévot wrote: > Hi Daniel, > > > Le 21/05/2014 02:49, Daniel Beyer a écrit : > > > > I definitely intend to put Silex under the umbrella of the PHP PEAR > > Maintainers team. > > Great! Do you have any particular reason for wanting Silex in Debian, is > it a dependency for something else? (That’s just me being curious, > you’re free to ignore that question.) > I make use of Silex for various micro applications. Those are packaged as .deb packages and each of those packages embed its own Silex (and Twig an Pimple and so on). Instead of trying to maintain this growing embed hell any longer, I decided to get rid of it and instead do something more reasonable by maintaining Silex inside Debian. > > I saw you just opened an ITP for Pimple. Thanks a lot for that. > > You’re welcome. Given how small it is, and that I already use it, the > upload will happen really soon™ anyway (with its test suite enable for > ci.d.n too). > Great. And thanks for mentioning ci.d.n, which I wasn't aware of before. > > I did > > not check which other dependencies are missing for Silex in Debian. But > > I think there is an ongoing effort to package Symfony2 components for > > Debian and I would be willing to join. > > Nice, some Symfony 2 Components may need to be packaged, but since some > already are, their packaging should be really straightforward (I’d > advise to take case of one of those as a start, ask for review within > the team, and once everything is fine, continue with the others). > I'll do that.
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