[Debian-olpc-devel] Bug#485233: Path still broken in 23-2
dr at jones.dk
Wed Dec 3 19:06:09 UTC 2008
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Hi Holger and others,
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I commented on your mail below the quote...
On Wed, Dec 03, 2008 at 07:27:32PM +0100, Holger Levsen wrote:
>On Wednesday 03 December 2008 19:04, Jonas Smedegaard wrote:
>> Info to Sugar maintainers:
>> Generally when editing stuff below debian/cdbs first consult
>> http://svn.debian.org/wsvn/build-common/people/js/overlay/ - and
>> consider informing me about any improvements you apply to local
>> copies of those files.
>Ack. Should probably added to README.packaging?
Better do this instead:
1) Duplicate contents of README.Packaging on some wiki page
2) Update wiki page with above hint
3) Add README.source Or is it capital Source?), pointing to wiki page
4) Drop README.Packaging
>But I write for another reason, I just saw you upgraded the
>calculate-activity to version 25 - I didnt do this on purpose, as I
>have planned (and still plan if possible (*)) to try to convince the
>release manager to accept the 0.82 based sugar release.
>calculate-activity 25 is from 0.83 though :(
>(*) I'm not sure if you already uploaded... If you uploaded 25 and
>agree we should upload 23 to have chance to convince the release team,
>we can go with an epoch... ugly, but it works.
I agree that we should only release packages working with 0.82 release
I do not agree that we should avoid activity releases newer than
upstream releases, as long as they work properly with 0.82.
What made you resolve Calculate 0.25 as belonging to Sugar 0.83?
No, I have not yet released 0.25-1, as it turns out there are more
problems. I suspect your 0.23-2 release also is broken!
I really would appreciate if you'd warn here on the list _before_
releasing. Now you force me to reprioritize my evening :-/
 Yes, it was broken before too, but in a way that a simple symlink,
or a tiny Python hack as applied to Ubuntu, could be used as workaround.
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