[Python-modules-team] RFS: pygithub/1.43.3-1
emmanuelarias30 at gmail.com
Thu Jan 3 14:22:33 GMT 2019
El jue., 3 de ene. de 2019 a la(s) 01:13, Dmitry Bogatov (KAction at debian.org)
> As other folks already mentioned, you do not use CC: you already use
> X-Debbugs-CC. In this particular case, email with bug number got
> filtered-out as duplicate in my setup.
> Ok. The next time I will use just X-Debbugs-CC
> [2018-12-31 00:16] eamanu15 <emmanuelarias30 at gmail.com>
> > I am looking for a sponsor for my package "pygithub"
> > * Package name : pygithub
> > Version : 1.43.3-1
> > Upstream Author : Adam Dangoor <adamdangoor at gmail.com>
> > Vincent Jacques <vincent at vincent-jacques.net>
> > Jeremy Phelps <jphelps at linuxfoundation.org>
> > * URL : https://pypi.python.org/pypi/PyGithub
> > * License : LGPL-3+
> > Section : python
> > It builds those binary packages:
> > python-github - Access to full Github API v3 from Python2
> > python3-github - Access the full Github API v3 from Python3
> Looks fine, but I do not understand following line in `debian/rules':
> rm -rfv debian/python3-github/usr/lib/python3.*
> What is removed and why same statement it is not needed for python2
> version? Comment in `debian/rules' would be nice.
Really I don't remember and I don't sit down in front of own system right
> And some very minor suggestions:
> * Standards-Version slightly outdated
> * debhelper-compat style reduces redundancy
> * Probably F-variables could be used to avoid repetition in
> binary package descriptions? (See dpkg-substvars(5))
Thanks for your suggestions I will work in it.
> I do not know habits of Python Modules Team, but would not it be more
> apporiate for this packages to be sponsored by DD from team? I can check
> basic things, but I do not know whole picture, like transitions or
> reverse dependencies.
Yes, I'll keep looking.
> PS. I am glad to see that pygithub finally moved under aegis of
> Python Modules Team.
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