[Pkg-mc-devel] Midnight Comander 4.8.1 [RFS]
onlyjob at member.fsf.org
Fri Feb 24 17:45:42 UTC 2012
On Sat, 25 Feb 2012 03:41:49 Yury V. Zaytsev wrote:
> And yeah, another idea: also maybe you can replace raster icons with the
> render from svg and change all names to midnight-commander for
> consistency (mc is too short to avoid conflicts, I'm afraid)...
I could, but is it really necessary to do everything in one go?
If I stay at least for some time I might have a chance to prepare another
> > If you affiliated with upstream you might be the better person to do that
> > than me. Again, to me it's the matter of time and the right mood.
> > Eventually I will be doing it unless someone else will step forward.
> I am or rather I used to be, but I'm very much in trouble now.
I wish you all the best to deal with your troubles.
> I could hardly make time to invest in replying to these e-mails and only
> because I feel very much obligated to at least provide some help in
> updating the package since I have been inactive for a very long time...
Much appreciated, thank you.
> > > As I noted in one of the bug reports:
> > >
> > > FYI I used to maintain a bug scratch-pad to collect information about
> > > the bugs to be closed upon next upload here:
> > >
> > > http://anonscm.debian.org/viewvc/pkg-mc/trunk/bugs.txt?view=markup
> > OK, thanks. This workload is new to me. :)
> ...and a totally under-appreciated one :-(
I just don't understand how to use it and what's are the benefits.
It's like you're using scratchpad as bugtracker for... bugtracker. :)
There are so many different workflows and some people can use repository for
the same purpose or wiki or even the bugtracker itself with tagging etc.
I'm always happy to learn how to do the work better.
> Well there have been a debate re. of how much GNU is in GNU mc, since
> the last FSF member has left the project long time ago and the copyright
> assignment procedures haven't been followed for even longer...
Copyright assignments turned to be a rather difficult thing legally...
I noticed they did relicensing to GPL-3+ and I wholehartedly support it.
> But ok, let's keep it for later, right now the top priority is to bring
> the package up to date and push it out.
That would be nice.
Thanks for your help!
All the best,
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