On 11/16/2015 03:57 PM, Jonas Smedegaard wrote:
> Hi Thomas,
> Quoting Thomas Goirand (2015-11-16 14:24:09)
>> Severity: important
> Normal severity is "wishlist" for requests of newer upstream release.
> If you believe this needs special treatment, then please provide 
> arguments why that common rule should be side-stepped.

No worries for the severity, I don't wish to spend time discussing that
and any severity is fine as long as someone (maybe me) does the work.

>> I need version 2.4.0 of libjs-less for OpenStack Fuel. Please package 
>> it. Please let me know if it is ok that I do the work in Experimental 
>> first, then you can review the package and upload to Sid.
> Recent Less.js has dependencies not yet packaged for Debian.

Could you list these, and I do the work?

Please help me to help! :)

> You are quite welcome helping by packaging those.
> You are also quite welcome to help co-maintain less.js packaging, if you 
> are ok with its current style of packaging (CDBS and git-buildpackage), 
> as documented in README.source.  In that case yes, targeting 
> experimental first is good.

Well, CDBS has been in my list of things to learn for a long time, so I
don't mind having a try. I do like the fact it's Make based, rather than
Perl (which I have a hard time reading).

BTW, do you think I should switch my other JavaScript packages to CDBS?
I've been using dh so far...


Thomas Goirand (zigo)

Pkg-javascript-devel mailing list

Reply via email to