uhm I am afraid I haven't done any real progress, the rules file is quite non-
standard and it creates a tarball from multiple repositories.

Well I didn't manage to successfully create a package because of problems with 
dpkg-source, and then I stopped working on it.

In data sabato 31 agosto 2013 11.45.14, Mònica Ramírez Arceda ha scritto:
> On Mon, 2013-07-29 at 11:00 +0300, Timo Juhani Lindfors wrote:
> > Hi,
> > 
> > Salvo Tomaselli <tipos...@tiscali.it> writes:
> > > I have experience in packaging C and Python software, but as for
> > > programming I also have experience in Java, so I am hoping that getting
> > > up to speed with Java packaging shouldn't take too long.
> > 
> > Great. Maybe you can prepare the new upstream version in git and then we
> > can take a look at it together? If git-buildpackage -S produces a
> > package that builds with pbuilder and passes lintian we just need to
> > worry about bugs (triaging existing ones, checking for new ones). Also
> > reducing the number of patches would be nice but doesn't seem to be
> > easy.
> I would like to help in josm packaging! Have you done any progress on
> it?
> I've been trying to package the new upstream version and everything
> seems to be fine. If you agree I can commit the first steps and start
> working from there. Is it ok for you if I push my commits? I wouldn't
> want to overlap your work if you've already started. I'll be happy to
> work with you :-)
> > David, I'd really like to get some sort of an ACK from you before we
> > upload new josm versions.
> David: if Salvo and Timo agree, is it ok for you if I add myself in
> uploaders field of josm and josm-plugins? (I hope you can come back
> soon :-) )
> Thanks!
Salvo Tomaselli


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