Re: compiz: Changes to 'upstream-experimental'
On Sun, Jan 14, 2007 at 11:01:13PM +0100, Thierry Reding wrote:
> * David Nusinow wrote:
> > On Thu, Jan 11, 2007 at 07:18:06AM +0100, Thierry Reding wrote:
> > > * David Nusinow wrote:
> > > > New branch 'upstream-experimental' available with the following commits:
> > >
> > > I track the upstream repository directly in upstream-unstable
> > > (refs/tags/compiz-0.3.6 from the upstream repository). Do you think it's
> > > necessary to have all the autoconf stuff in the upstream-experimental branch?
> > > It seems to me to make merging much more difficult, since I'll pretty much
> > > only be merging debian into upstream branches and not vice-versa.
> > How do you do prepare uploads that need to go to unstable when you've also
> > got a newer version in experimental?
> You're right, upstream-experimental and debian-experimental should be there,
> I just "hadn't gotten there yet" =).
> I was just commenting about the autoconf stuff in the upstream branches. I'd
> like to stick with keeping upstream branches identical to upstream release
That works fine for me. It's the way I originally wrote the policy for all
the repos :-)
> > You're right about the autoconf stuff in the upstream-* branches, that
> > shouldn't be there. But I think it's useful to have the upstream version
> > that'll be uploaded to experimental in upstream-experimental. Do you want
> > me to remove the autogenerated autoconf stuff from the upstream-*
> > branch(es)?
> No need, I'll take care of it when I upgrade to the next upstream release.
Cool, thank you.
- David Nusinow