Hello folks,

I have finally found the time to create a first package of qtav.  If anyone has 
time for a review, it would be very much appreciated.  I have to confess that 
despite the length of time I've been using it, I'm still a newbie with git.

On Wednesday, January 18, 2017 9:37:43 AM CDT you wrote:

> > > Is qtav as repo name OK for you?
> The repo should appear under
> https://anonscm.debian.org/cgit/pkg-kde/qt-extras in a few minutes.

I've pushed the master branch to Alioth.  I'm quite confused as to what 
branches are expected in the Alioth repository.   The page 
https://pkg-kde.alioth.debian.org/pkgkdegit.html describes the following 

        git checkout --track origin/pristine-tar
        git checkout --track origin/upstream

which suggests that upstream and pristine-tar branches are present.  But I 
checked a couple of repositories and did not find either.


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  • QtAV Steve Robbins
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