On Sunday 12 April 2009 17:28:55 you wrote: > I have recently prepared two fix uploads for both digikam/kipi-plugins. For
Great! > digikam, I have corrected installation path for apps icons, so that even in > non-KDE desktop, proper icons are displayed for digikam.showfoto. I have > also moved some files to showfoto package, as they were in digikam. Yes please commit to svn. > For kipi-plugins, I have just backported couple of fixes for PicasaWeb > export, as the plugin has crashes and does not get album list properly. When you say backport, I presume you mean from upstream kde svn. Happy to grab upstream patches and include them early in Debian. IF they haven't come from upstream I would prefer to submit them upstream and then include in Debian. But if it makes things work better then that's great. > Not sure if above fixes would be acceptable for Debian and what your policy > is regarding backporting such fixes. Sounds good. > Regarding kipi-plugins, we got this bug in Ubuntu: > https://launchpad.net/bugs/349955 > > It is actually good question why we need to depend on dolphin/konqueror - I > can not recall which plugin really need it (only FlashExport for > downloading of simpleviewer...), but again we are probably safe to assume > that web-browser is available... I think the bug is not correct. kipi-plugins only Recommends konqueror: http://packages.ubuntu.com/jaunty/kipi-plugins > vorbis-tools is probably also left over from mpg123 converter... Yes I think so.. It can certainly go. Btw, I'm happy for you to make such changes directly to svn that is what it is there for ;-) If we don't like anything you do we can always revert a specific commit. Mark
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