since the alioth.debian.org is down.
Vilnius University Institute of Biotechnology, Saulėtekio al. 7, room V325
LT-10257 Vilnius, Lithuania
some time ago I've requested to join DPMT as 'merkys' (DD). I used to have
write access as 'merkys-guest', which could be revoked now.
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Date: Tue, 16 Apr 2019, 19:24
Subject: Request to join the DPMT
I would like
On 2019-10-21 16:29, MARIE Alexandre wrote:
> This one works perfectly fine, thanks a lot for giving me some time to help !
You're welcome :)
On 2019-10-21 16:15, MARIE Alexandre wrote:
> I tried it as you said but I still get the same error :
Hmm. The layout on PyPI seems to have changed. Could you try this now?:
On 2019-10-21 15:47, MARIE Alexandre wrote:
> @PACKAGE@-@ANY_VERSION@(?:_src)?@ARCHIVE_EXT@ debian uupdate
Try putting @ANY_VERSION@ inside parenthesis:
@PACKAGE@-(@ANY_VERSION@)(?:_src)?@ARCHIVE_EXT@ debian uupdate
Hope this helps,
On 2019-10-21 16:01, MARIE Alexandre wrote:
> Thanks for your fast answer, but I made a mistake when I pasted the error
> from the bash.
> Here is the real error (according to the d/watch file I gave you) :
I see. Have you tried the third PyPI watch file example from the manpage of
Recently cherrytree  has been rewritten from Python to C++, thus it
no longer belongs in DPT. Could someone with adequate permissions
transfer it from DPT to generic Debian group on salsa.d.o?
Alternatively, one could grant me permission to manage cherrytree so as
I could transfer it
On 2021-05-10 13:35, Martin wrote:
> trac is a long-time Debian package, uploaded first by Jesus
> Climent in 2004. I like the traditional look of Trac and its
> climate-friendly resource usage :-)
> Now, while Trac is still maintained upstream and has been ported
> to Python 3
On 2021-05-10 16:06, Martin wrote:
> On 2021-05-10 14:00, Andrius Merkys wrote:
>> I do not think that slowing down of development is reason serious enough
>> to remove a package which is otherwise fine. Or are there other reasons
>> that I am not aware of?
> I don
On 2021-02-12 16:18, Simon McVittie wrote:
> We have a python3 package already. If I saw a python3 package and a
> python3-core package, I would expect that either they're the same thing,
> or python3-core is a smaller and less fully-featured version of python3.
> Conversely, we already have a
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