[pkg-wine-party] DM upload rights

Stephen Kitt skitt at debian.org
Sun Jul 24 21:00:18 UTC 2016

Hi Jens,

On Sun, 24 Jul 2016 18:19:10 +0200, Jens Reyer <jre.winesim at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 15.07.2016 20:15, Jens Reyer wrote:
> > On 13.07.2016 18:11, Jens Reyer wrote:  
> >> [For uploads to unstable] I'd usually try to make new releases only
> >> together with new upstream releases and to push my other changes in
> >> advance.  
> > 
> > For clarification: I'd push my other *packaging* changes *to git* in
> > advance - so basically the same workflow as today, just that I'd
> > sometimes make an upload myself after a few days, if there's neither a
> > comment nor an upload by you.
> > Contrary I'd push (trivial) upstream releases to git just the same time
> > as doing the upload.

Sounds good to me; I'm subscribed to the wine PTS so I get an email for every
commit, the above would give me time to react (most of the time).

> >> dcut --force dm --uid 8826EBE8FCF726EE182E23D779C43E620B039B35
> >>  --allow wine wine-development khronos-api  
> > 
> > Sorry, forgot to mention: You need dcut from *dput-ng* for this.  
> I got backported packages of khronos-api, wine and wine-development
> ready for upload to jessie-backports.
> So how to proceed now? I'd prefer to just do that myself, but I need one
> of you to execute above dcut command. Everything else is set up now,
> e.g. I already pushed unicode-data to jessie-backports without needing a
> sponsor. So far I had no answer from either of you. If there are any
> concerns, e.g. for unstable, just state them and I'd restrict to
> unproblematic areas.

I was travelling, I'm back now and have just uploaded the appropriate dak
commands. Once they're processed you should get an email and be good to go
(at least, once the keyrings have been updated on ftp-master, if your key
isn't there yet).


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