[Pkg-owncloud-maintainers] OC4 for wheezy!
thomas.mueller at tmit.eu
Sat May 19 21:21:35 UTC 2012
thanks a lot for your feedback - please find my comments below.
Am Freitag, dem 18.05.2012 um 17:42 schrieb Thomas Goirand:
> On 05/18/2012 02:52 PM, Thomas Müller wrote:
> > Hi,
> > as you probably know: I want OC4 in wheezy! ;-)
> > And that's gone be a tough task - as you might know - the NEW queue will stop processing after May 20th! 
> > Currently we have two unresolved dependencies:
> > sabredav:
> > An initial package has been uploaded to mentors .
> > Thomas Goirand volunteered to sponsor/maintain.
> > Unfortunately Thomas didn't react to my mails in the past days.
> > mdb2_schema:
> > Thomas Goirand is working on that as well. And there is still an unresolved
> > licensing issue with one of it's dependencies (xml_dtd). 
> > @Thomas: Are you there? ;-)
> Yes I am.
> But since there's no news from the XML_DTD upstream author, I see no
> point in going further. We need that to be fixed first.
I fully understand that - no problem.
> > @pkg-owncloud-maintainers:
> > How do we proceed?
> > For sabredav we have two options:
> > 1.) keep it within the owncloud package as 3rdparty - just like *still* some other
> > 2.) we push sabredav ourself
> I'd have helped if I had time. Currently, I'm busy with other stuff,
> sorry. BTW, I don't think it's a good idea to rush in before Wheezy is
> frozen. Usually, it's a much better idea to rush to do your package *at
> the beginning* of a Debian development, not at the end. That is, I think
> you should aim at Wheezy +1, not Wheezy. Anyway, even if you miss the
> target of Wheezy, you can always work on backports later on!
Paul and myself invested some time into the package and we are ready for upload.
You don't need to worry about that any more.
> > For mdb2_schema we actually have only the option to keep it in the package for now.
> > Afaik the licensing issue will not hit us, because xml_dtd is not required with owncloud.
> It is. XML_DTD is a hard dependency of mdb2_schema, and there's no way
> you will be able to upload mdb2_schema without xml_dtd. Have a look at
> the pear.php.net site, or download the package.xml from mdb2_schema if
> you don't believe me.
I totally believe you that mdb2_schema has a dependency to xml_dtd.
I never questioned that.
But from having a look at the way mdb2_schema is used within ownCloud and the total lack of
xml_dtd with the ownCloud sources I had the feeling it's not used.
By now we know that this piece of code is not used and we can ship it within ownCloud.
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