2012/2/12 Jonas Smedegaard <d...@jones.dk>:
> On 12-02-12 at 04:53pm, Emilien Klein wrote:
>> 2012/2/12 Jonas Smedegaard <d...@jones.dk>:
>> > On 12-02-12 at 03:43pm, Emilien Klein wrote:
>> >> Could one of the teams' DM or DD send such an email for my
>> >> application to be approved?
>> >
>> > Done!
>> Great! I haven't received any email, but it seems I've already been
>> approved (my name is on the project members' list)
> Correct.  I posted you privately the confirmation.

I got the mail just after sending this one.

>> > Phew, what a lot of correspondence needed for this.  No wonder
>> > Facebook is more appealling to most people :-P
>> ;) And it's not done, according to your instructions I still need to
>> get ssh access to Alioth...
> Indeed.
>> - What does "vasks" mean?
> That's the name of a Debian host.  Probably (judging from the context it
> was mentioned) the one currently hosting the Alioth service more
> generically offered as git.debian.org.

OK. `mtr` to git.d.o indeed mentions vasks.debian.org as last line.

> (In my 10 years with Debian I have survived referring only to service
> names.  I believe machine names should be avoided whenever possible.)
>> - What am I supposed to put in the branch? I guess only the ./debian
>> folder. What about the source tarball, do I need to put it somewhere?
> Well, that's certainly one style, but not the one I use (any longer).  I
> use git-buildpackage with options --pristine-tar and --signed-tags, i.e.
> I bootstrap with either "git-import-orig --pristine-tar --signed-tags"
> or (when adopting an existing Debian package not using VCS before)
> "git-import-dscs --debsnap --pristine-tar --signed-tags".

OK, I am documenting myself on git/git-buildpackage. I found this page
[0] that seems to be pretty exhaustive.

> We have not discussed VCS habits in this team, nor if we should mandate
> a certain style.  But probably best - especially when new to things here
> - to adopt the style already used by those you intend to work closely
> with (i.e. not me since you choose not to use CDBS).

Clear. Is there any team member who:
- uses dh for packaging
- would like to review my package
? If so, please let me know how you'd like me to get the package to you.

Have a nice rest of the Sunday!
[0] http://workaround.org/debian-git-comaintenance

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