On Sep 29, 2015, at 11:05 PM, Piotr Ożarowski wrote: >but it's OK to force others to search for repo location, used workflow, >tool, naming convention, etc?
No, definitely not! We have the svn we all know and love <wink>, and if it's not there, then it can only otherwise be in git with the workflow and set up we're about to move to, which is defined here: https://wiki.debian.org/Python/GitPackaging No other choices. Once the migration completes, it's only the git workflow. (And debcheckout should DTRT if there's been at least one upload in git.) >> Yes, let's discourage any new packages from manually migrating or starting >> out in git just until flag day. But I'm not sure it's worth removing DPMT >> on existing repos just to add it back, hopefully RSN. > >we agreed to something - 1 package per person, just for tests, with >reports sent to this mailing list. Can you point me to a single report? >Can you point me to a single person who converted only one package? >Are you sure everyone uses the same workflow? > >I don't like it, I don't like it at all and that's why I complain and >that's why I don't sponsor such packages. I totally understand. It hasn't gone as smoothly or as quickly as anybody wanted, but we do know where we're going to end up. I'm willing to do whatever it takes to get us to the final goal, and then all this will be moot. TOOWTDI. Cheers, -Barry