El dt 10 de 12 de 2013 a les 09:20 +0100, en/na Andreas Tille va
> Hola Mònica,
> On Mon, Dec 09, 2013 at 11:02:45PM +0100, Mònica Ramírez Arceda wrote:
> > > I have just noticed your work on gpsprune and this reminds me that I
> > > wanted to suggest to move JOSM (as well as other packages in pkg-osm) to
> > > pkg-grass since the current split is at best unmotivated and might
> > > perhaps confuse people.  I think there was some general consensus in the
> > > IRC meeting in September to do this kind of migration.  
> > 
> > Ok, no problem for me. One question: does it mean to remove "Debian
> > OpenStreetMap Team <pkg-osm-ma...@lists.alioth.debian.org>" (and
> > therefore remove this team) or move it to Uploaders?
> I personally see no reason for keeping pkg-osm-maint@l.a.d.o.  As far as
> I can see the persons behind this team are also members of pkg-grass.
> OSM related packages are spread for no visible reason over both projects
> and I think we have a fair chance to reduce confusion by merging them all
> into pkg-grass.  Please let me know if you disagree.

It's ok for me. I've just subscribed to pkg-gras-devel list :-)
Please, let me know if you have any rule or protocol in pkg-grass team I
should follow.

> > > I'd volunteer to
> > > do the actual move and by doing so uploading the latest JOSM version -
> > > provided there are no specific pitfalls in JOSM packaging which I might
> > > not know.  If you would like to do it even yourself that would be even
> > > more welcome.
> > 
> > josm 6238 is not building in unstable because of this bug:
> > http://bugs.debian.org/725186
> Ahhh, OK.  I was not aware of this.
> > I suppose josm 6338 is not building as well, although I haven't tested
> > it.
> >
> > I was waiting for the fix of this bug to upload the new josm, but I can
> > try to package josm 6338 and upload it to experimental, like I've done
> > with gpsprune (although there is a regression with
> > libmetadata-extractor-java). What do you think about it?
> After reading #725186 I think it makes sense to wait a couple of days
> for an answer of Emmanuel since your latest progress report is from
> yesterday.  May be he will be able to upload a fixed
> libmetadata-extractor-java quickly and thus you would spend your time
> into outdated josm version which I would not call very productive.

We don't have any response yet, but if upstream is involved in patching
this library, maybe we should wait a little bit more.

> Thanks for your work on this and feel free to ping me if I could be
> of any help (but please do not expect much help from me regarding
> actual Java code :-().

Thanks a lot :)

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