[Debian-olpc-devel] sugar-presence-service-0.90_0.90.2-1_amd64.changes is NEW
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Sugar graphical shell - presence service
Sugar is a desktop environment. It is conceived as a platform upon
which children learn with Sugar Activities. The platform provides
mechanisms for collaboration, reflection, and exploration. Sugar
Activities cover a broad range of applications: browsing, drawing,
composing, writing, programming, etc.
This package contains the (deprecated but still used) presence service.
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sugar-presence-service-0.90 (0.90.2-1) unstable; urgency=low
* New upstream release.
[ Jonas Smedegaard ]
* Remove debian/source/local-options: abort-on-upstream-changes and
unapply-patches are default in dpkg-source since 1.16.1.
* Bump debhelper compatibility level to 7.
* Bump standards-version to 3.9.3.
* Use anonscm.debian.org for Vcs-Browser field.
* Modernize long description, based on upstream wiki phrases.
* Use Python helper python2 (not python-central).
* Tidy README.source to not mention quilt, and to not duplicate most
of the content.
* Refer to FSF website (not postal address) in licensing header of
* Extend copyright of Debian packaging to cover recent years.
* Rewrite copyright file using format 1.0.
* Update package relations:
+ Tighten build-dependency on cdbs and python: Needed for python2
+ Stop build-depending on python-central: No longer used.
+ Relax build-depend unversioned on debhelper and devscripts: Needed
versions satisfied even in oldstable.
* Extend years in copyright file.
* Bump branch to 0.96.
* Fix recommend sugar-session (not bogus sugar).
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