Built and uploaded.
BTW Alberto, weren't you thinking about asking to be Debian
Maintainer? It will help you in situations like this. Loic is very
responsive and shouldn't be a problem when needing to upload upstream
versions with .orig.tar.* or very specific changes; and you can upload
revisions in between.
I don't mind to upload this *at all*, and I am still commited to help
OSG to be properly maintained in Debian (even if I don't use it much
myself anymore/at-the-moment). But I think that you had interest in
becoming DM either way. So what happened with that? :)
2012/1/8 Manuel A. Fernandez Montecelo <manuel.montez...@gmail.com>:
> 2012/1/8 Alberto Luaces <alua...@udc.es>:
>> Loic Dachary writes:
>>> I can upload, sorry for the lag. I just started a new job and I
>>> overlooked your call for action. However, I would be gratefull if you
>>> can upload instead of me because that will save me a little time. Just
>>> let me know.
>> Hey guys,
>> thanks a lot for helping me. Manuel, yes it's completely right that you
>> sign the release. I should have left the changelog open in the first
> I will do unless I have some problem, in which case I will let you
> know. Otherwise you'll notice by the automatic emails :-)
> BTW, maybe it would be a good idea to make the package multi-arch
> ready, build-hardened and other goodies of newer debhelper, like very
> shortened and high signal-to-noise ratio debian/rules. I have some
> practice with SDL packages, OGRE and others... but maybe you prefer to
> investigate this yourselves, for learning how to do it?
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