[pkg-fso-maint] FSO2 packaging

Sebastian Reichel sre at debian.org
Wed Aug 3 22:18:24 UTC 2011

On Wed, Aug 03, 2011 at 10:07:17PM +0200, Rico Rommel wrote:
> Hello, 
> I am your DM in spe working on an update of all the pkg-fso packages to the a 
> new upstream release. I have locally now everything in a coherent way 
> (upstream, pristine-tar, master branches) in my local git repository. Before I 
> now push it all back to alioth, I just kindly ask for an OK from your side. On 
> my phone it all seems all right, so it does not seem to break anything, except 
> maybe zhone, and given the problems of what is currently in unstable, I think 
> I should just go ahead. Is anybody prefering to delay the inevitable upload 
> for some reason?
> Steffen sponsors the new packages to get my DM bits going. But for the
> packages already in the archive he would prefer the current maintainers
> to skim through it before he uploads and there is some hope that the
> respective current maintainers would perform the upload of those new versions
> themselves.
> The updated/new packages are:
> fso-common
> fso-datad
> fso-deviced
> fso-frameworkd
> fso-gsmd
> fso-specs
> fso-usaged
> libfsobasics
> libfsoframework
> libfso-glib
> libfsoresource
> libfsosystem
> libfsotransport
> libgsm0710mux
> vala-dbus-binding-tool
> When it is in git, could anybody please build all packages and test, if 
> everything works. 
> Btw, fso-gta02 is a package built from fso-common, which depends on all 
> packages needed.
> Rico

Hi Rico, Steffen, Heiko (and all others reading this mail ;)),

Sorry for the late reply, but I had lots of exams @ university in
the last weeks.

Rico, did you "update" the git as described on [0]?

If that's the case please push everything and if not: Please do it
as described, since this way upstream history is included.

I will check (and upload if it looks ok) at least fso-gsmd after
your upload to git. The other packages are mostly Heiko's work so
far. I can help with reviewing and sponsoring if he needs help.

[0] http://pkg-fso.alioth.debian.org/fso.txt

-- Sebastian
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