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chat activity for the Sugar graphical shell
 Sugar is a graphical user interface aimed at children.
 Originating as intregral part of the OLPC "XO" a.k.a. the $100 laptop,
 Sugar has since grown into a more widely usable low-ressource desktop
 environment for kids.
 This package contains the Chat activity, providing a simple interface
 for collaborative discussion, be it between two individuals or among a
 group as large as an entire classroom. While a lightweight and
 "impermanent" chat will be provided in a layer above all activities and
 the various mesh levels, this activity devoted to textual communication
 will keep detailed records of the conversation within the journal and
 provide a means of searching through the conversation to locate
 important comments.
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Changes: sugar-chat-activity-0.86 (66-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * New upstream development release.
  * Update CDBS snippets:
    + Enhance package-relations.mk to support all binary package
      relations (except -indep ones).
    + Improve package-relation.mk cleanup to cover debhelper 6 and 7,
      strip more whitespace and cover mixture of unversioned+versioned
    + Silence applying dependencies in package-relation.mk.
    + Implement fail-source-not-repackaged rule in upstream-tarball.mk.
    + Update URL to draft DEP5 format in copyright-check.mk output.
  * Fix double build-dependency on cdbs.
  * Update patch 1001 to merge with new virtually empty upstream PO

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