On Tue, Mar 05, 2019 at 11:10:10AM +0100, Stefano Zacchiroli wrote: > Thanks a lot for this. I don't think it's needed to determine the actual > fix, which is fairly obvious. My main issue is that I also want to > update to latest upstream release for the next package upload, which is > a minor version update, but in which the code layout changed a bit, > requiring other changes in the packaging. I will not have time to do so > in time for the freeze, so I'm just trying to postpone this work > post-freeze, and I'll address this then. > > If you, or others, have time and interest to fix this before, by all > means go ahead. The package is team-maintained, and I'm very happy to > receive useful NMUs to "my" packages anyway.
I obviously have interest to fix this before the release, because I can build 99.99% of packages in my setup and this is an inconvenient exception for me. I don't like NMUs. Should I join the Python Applications Packaging Team? Please tell me how I would proceed. Thanks.