Hello,

Ana Guerrero wrote:
>> --- branches/kde4/packages/kdebindings/debian/copyright      2008-11-04 
>> 07:57:54 UTC (rev 12548)
>> +++ branches/kde4/packages/kdebindings/debian/copyright      2008-11-04 
>> 19:43:09 UTC (rev 12549)
>> @@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
>>  This package was debianized by the Debian Qt/KDE maintainers in 2008.
>>  
>> -This package is fetched from ftp://ktown.kde.org
>> +This package is fetched from ftp://ktown.kde.org/pub/kde/unstable/
>>  
>>  Upstream authors and copyright holders:
>>      Copyright (C) 1989, 1991, 1999 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
>>
> 
> I have seen like 3 commits changing this line, for the sake of consistence,
> i would keep it like the rest of the KDE 4 packages:
> 
> It was downloaded from ftp://ftp.kde.org
> which I think it is the most appropiate information to this field, not ktown,
> just use the kde canonical mirror.

  Makes sense. But, then, why not

ftp://ftp.kde.org/pub/kde/stable/ ?

  I'm not used to downloading KDE (yes, I'm on the bindings side, and I
use to download the Ruby one from rubyforge) and as you can see, I got
it wrong in the first place...

> OTOH, it is not unstable, kdebindings 4.1.x is released as stable.

  I so now understand...

>> Added: branches/kde4/packages/kdebindings/debian/watch
>> ===================================================================
>> --- branches/kde4/packages/kdebindings/debian/watch                          
>> (rev 0)
>> +++ branches/kde4/packages/kdebindings/debian/watch  2008-11-04 19:43:09 UTC 
>> (rev 12549)
>> @@ -0,0 +1,2 @@
>> +version=3
>> +ftp://ktown.kde.org/pub/kde/unstable/([\d\.]+)/src/kdebindings-([\d\.]+)\.tar\.bz2
> 
> Again, it is stable, and not sure we need watch files for KDE, but *shrug*.

  A watchfile is useful for lazy guys like me who like to use uscan to
automatically download their sources... Commit under way.

  Cheers,

        Vincent

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