Hi all,

please pay attention that Qt4 can be removed soon.
So if upstream did not start to port the software to
Qt5 it would be good to do so.



2018-03-11 8:54 GMT+01:00 W. Martin Borgert <deba...@debian.org>:
> On 2018-03-11 07:44, Anton Gladky wrote:
>> I have added the Denis to the Debian Science Team and
>> created an empty repo for qelectrotech [1].
> Thanks, Anton!
> I pushed the existing branches from
> http://git.tuxfamily.org/qet/debian.git
> to
> https://salsa.debian.org/science-team/qelectrotech
> Denis, you may use the new git repo now :~)
> Btw. the layout of the repo seems a little bit unusual.
> It is only the content of the debian directory, but without the
> "debian" dir itself.
> Maybe we can change this to the more DEP-14-ish layout?
> (http://dep.debian.net/deps/dep14/)
> And with complete upstream sources?
> I can do this, if nobody objects.
> Denis, Laurent, is that OK?
> Cheers
> PS: If I see it correctly, the documentation to QET is separate
> from the source code itself, right? When we are done with the
> 0.6 package, it would be nice to package the documentation, too.
> Only last week, I was happy that Debian has a lot of -doc
> packaged (and I had installed at least some of it), when the
> internet connection of my company broke for some hours!

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