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Mon Apr 29 15:27:33 UTC 2013
On Mon, Apr 29, 2013 at 09:45:15AM +0200, Michael Prokop wrote:
> * Christophe Monniez [Mon Apr 29, 2013 at 08:41:23AM +0200]:
> > Le samedi 27 avril 2013 à 22:48 +0200, Elías Alejandro a écrit :
> > > I was checking extundelete and I saw Christophe's work
> > > for 0.2.3 version (btw, thanks!!).
> > > I've imported the last upstream version 0.2.4 and made some updates.
> > > But after to create debian/changelog with something like:
> > > git-dch --debian-branch debian --id-length=7
> > > I get all the work about 0.2.3 version.
> > > Should I remove all of them from debian/changelog file
> > > or keep them, because represents collaborative work?
> > > Also, Anybody can check this new version and then upload? :)
> > From my point of view, it's up to you to decide.
> ACK. *I* would just keep it as it is.
> If the package is ready for upload from your PoV I'm happy to upload
> it then.
I think only run git-dch is pending and then upload, unless someone
can check it out and help us too.
I realized that lintian will be blame us
because debian/changelog line 6 is a little bit long. :)
and about nmu, but that last, I could fix doing
Debian Forensic Team as the last writer for debian/changelog.
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