On Mon, Feb 19, 2018 at 08:03:50PM +0200, Kalou.Katerina wrote:
> Dear Andreas,
> Thank you so much for all your comments! I confirm i pushed the changelog
> entry , i hope i did it right ;)
There is some room for enhancement. ;-)
I'd suggest to use
export DEBFULLNAME='Katerina Kalou'
in your environment - than dch knows for sure what user ID to choose.
There is also some care needed to make sure that there is no changelog
entry left for UNRELEASED. I merged those two entries. I've pushed and
> I would love to go on with adding an autopkgtest to another package, i was
> thinking to continue with rsem (n.890792
> <https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=890782> ), if that is ok
> for everyone!
I've put the rsem bug in CC.
> I would also kindly like to express my interest to apply to either
> outreachy or GSoC. I had a look to the Outreachy announcement for this
> round of applications and as i did not see any proposed project by the
> debian med team (especially the one about adding autopkgtest suites), i
> was thinking about the GSoC as an alternative. As my PhD thesis will be
> ready in the end of March but i will still be a student until the beginning
> of June, i was thinking if it would be possible for me to apply.
Please note: I'm *always* confused about all the bureaucracy around. I
remember that in the past GSoC *and* Outreachy picked from the project
list that has the GSoC headline. I as a mentor do not mind at all to
what project you subscribe. I do not even have a clear advise whom to
ask for clarification - sorry. :-(
> Anyway, apart of the internships, i would like to continue contributing to
> the debian med project , it is a truly unique experience!
That's really appreciated. Thank you for this.
> Thank you so much again for all the help and comments!
You are welcome as any contributor