[pkg-go] Minutes for the DebConf17 BoF

Michael Stapelberg stapelberg at debian.org
Mon Nov 6 07:04:31 UTC 2017

Reminder: The deadline is approaching in a few hours. Please have a final look.

You’ll hear from me this evening,

On Wed, Oct 25, 2017 at 10:03 AM, Michael Stapelberg
<stapelberg at debian.org> wrote:
> Everyone, thanks for your updates, that helped clarify things!
> I have updated the document to reflect the new positions. It seems
> like we’re agreeing on having the upstream git history in the upstream
> branch, and that also means importing new upstream versions no longer
> needs special tooling.
> Remaining undecided items are how we repackage non-DFSG free upstream,
> how we manage patches, and whether/in which way we should support
> dgit.
> Please continue to add your comments/positions in the pad.
> On Tue, Oct 24, 2017 at 10:05 PM, Martín Ferrari <tincho at tincho.org> wrote:
>> On 21/10/17 17:10, Michael Stapelberg wrote:
>>> Please give it a look at
>>> https://oasis.sandstorm.io/shared/l4YsLYdwUgnhzzwmKS_TGwWyVQ9Ol8EKiMR8qhpHaS2
>>> and add any remaining discussion points you would like to bring up
>>> within the next 14 days, i.e. no later than 2017-11-04.
>> I added my comments, and updated my preferences (mainly, that since
>> albertito pointed me to gbp's ability to create reproducible tarballs, I
>> have stopped using pristine-tar).
>> What I feel is not too clear there is that many discussion points depend
>> on others; the most important one being to follow upstream git history
>> or not.
>> In any case, it is important that other people check it out and comment.
>> So far, I only see edits my Michael and me. Having a clear policy is
>> very important to make the team more productive and easy to work with!
>> --
>> Martín Ferrari (Tincho)
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> Best regards,
> Michael

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