Inclusion of xfce4-equake-plugin in xfce debian package
skunnyk at alteroot.org
Thu Jan 7 16:11:24 CET 2021
We have some debian packagers/maintainers on this list which might help you on this topic, but you should address your questions directly to debian I guess.
About equake plugin, you can migrate the development on gitlab.xfce.org, so you can benefit from our development environment, reviews, bug tracker, CI and release manager. This should also help it to be packaged because of more visibility :)
If you are interested, feel free to recontact us.
January 7, 2021 3:08 AM, "Jeroen van Aart" <jeroen at mompl.net> wrote:
> I was wondering if it would be possible to include xfce4-equake-plugin
> in an existing xfce package such as xfce4-goodies because it makes it
> easier to release an update.
> Right now every time I release an update or fix I have to find a debian
> mentor to actually release it, which sometimes can take months. If it is
> part of an existing xfce package where the mainbtainer can release it
> themselves I only have to release the update to the xfce website for
> automatic inclusion (I believe).
> I am working on a fix to make it work with the newer xfce4 panel in
> debian testing.
> The reason I released the package on its own to debian some years ago is
> because when I asked this before on here it didn't seem possible. Or
> rather the response was jaded, which I can understand. So I had to do
> all the work myself to get it into debian.
> It just gets tiresome to find a mentor each time.
> Thank you,
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