Re: PPA Assistance and Bug/Patch Triage


I can work on the PPA side, I done the same thing for Awn and I think it
won't too difficult to set. I can confirm that a repository with
packages up to the last svn/bzr revision is very useful for the
development/testing :)

Tell me if with you are agree so I can start to look at it.

Julien Lavergne

On Tue, 2009-01-20 at 17:17 +1300, John Stowers wrote:
> Hi Guys,
> I have been back working on Conduit over the last few days, reviewing
> patches, hacking, etc. I have been a little disappointed that Ubuntu
> did not pick up our stable releases. It feels like we will always be
> out of date on that platform. 
> To solve this problem I want to get some PPA packages for Ubuntu
> built. I am unfamiliar with debian packaging, so I would like to see
> if someone would be able to do this for me. Basically, I would really
> really like it if
> 1)     We had a conduit stable repository, that always has the latest
> Conduit release, installable for hardy, intrepid, jaunty
> 2)     We also have a conduit development repository that tracks SVN
> HEAD. What would be super cool was if there was also a script in
> conduit/scripts/ that executed the necessary magic
> commands to build a package, and uploaded it to the conduit
> development repository. It would also make sense to have a
> conduit/scripts/ script too.
> If anyone could help with these tasks, I would be much appreciated.
> Finally, if anyone has a favorite bug or patch in bugzilla, please
> tell me about it so I do not forget.
> John
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