[pkg-kolab] State of debian packages?

Benoit Mortier benoit.mortier at opensides.be
Mon Mar 19 20:48:29 CET 2007

Le Lundi 19 Mars 2007 10:04, Peter Eisentraut a écrit :
> Am Donnerstag, 15. März 2007 21:18 schrieb Philip Hands:
> > Also, if I'm going to put effort into getting this to a point where I
> > can use it, it strikes me that it would be a lot more productive to
> > work on the 2.1rc1 code, since any patches we might need in kolab are
> > much more likely to be accepted into the trunk than an old release.
> >  The fact that the SVN for pkg-kolab seems to be stuck at the 1.9.4
> > kolabd version makes me think that this effort has stalled -- is that
> > right?  or are people beavering away but not mentioning it here?  or is
> > something else going on?
> Well, Debian is in freeze, the packages contain the latest stable
> upstream version, there are no bugs except minor details, and we use the
> packages successfully in several installations, so why should there be
> any activity? If you want to start packaging 2.1rc1, please join in.


i jump in to ask if it is possible to get a branch for 2.1 in the svn with 
write access to start working on it.

Benoit Mortier
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