[Pkg-crosswire-devel] SWORD 1.5.11-1 now really in Debian experimental -- time for a second Bibletime upload attempt?
jmarsden at fastmail.fm
Tue Apr 14 04:29:08 BST 2009
Now that sword-1.5.11-1 seems to be fully accepted into Debian
experimental, could you re-try building the bibletime 2.0~alpha3 package
against that, and (assuming it builds fine) upload it into experimental
also for us? The same goes for the xiphos 3.0.1 package that Dmitry
recently RFSed, of course.
One further question: for future uploads to Debian of source packages
we've already had accepted (such as a fixed bibledit that is really
really truly lintian-clean even on sid), do I still need to get them to
you, and let you know, so you can check them over before uploading, or
can I now use dput to upload them myself, since my name is in the
"Uploaders:" field? I'm not really sure exactly what the "Uploaders:"
field does... it doesn't seem to exist in Ubuntu :) Debian Policy says
it lists co-maintainers, but doesn't really seem to specify what
co-maintainers can or cannot do.
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