Bug#671752: Pinged packaging team's mailing list
sebastien at debian.org
Tue Oct 23 19:59:33 UTC 2012
Christoph Egger <christoph at debian.org> writes:
> Rupert Swarbrick <rswarbrick at gmail.com> writes:
>> (1) Does it seem sensible to package the manual as ecl-doc?
> I do think so, yes
>> (2) If so, since the manual is in a different upstream archive, should
>> the source package be split? (At the moment, the "ecl" source
>> package builds both the ecl and ecl-doc binaries)
> Jep that'd be the best way forward
>> (3) If so (again!), what can I do to help make it happen? I'll happily
>> set up an initial version of an "ecl-doc" package and put it on
>> mentors.debian.net, but I don't know if that's the right thing to
>> do, given this is already kind of an established package.
> As you might have noticed, the common lisp team is severly lacking
> manpower so if you want to help out we're happy to take your help. I
> guess you can also get commit access to the team's alioth repositories
> so you can put the work on ecl-doc into a git
> repository. Unfortunately -- as much as I'd want -- I can't really
> promise you to be available for questions / help / uploading.
I think I can commit to review and sponsor an upload of the package.
Rupert: feel free to email me if you need help to go forward. As
Christoph pointed, the first step is to create an account on Alioth (if
you don't already have one) and then request to join the Debian Common
Lisp Team there.
.''`. Sébastien Villemot
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