Request to join the team

2022-09-20 Thread Legner, Markus
Dear all I'm working with Claudius Heine (cmhe) and would like to join the DPT to help maintain packages; currently I'm interested in packages related to the TPM (tpm2-pytss) and cryptography (python-cryptography) but I may get involved with other topics in the future. My Salsa account is

Re: Request to join the team

2022-09-19 Thread Stanislas Marquis
And by the way, my salsa login is: smarquis Thanks --- Original Message --- Le lundi 19 septembre 2022 à 21:09, Stanislas Marquis a écrit : > Hello, > > I hereby request to join the Python Team. > > I will maintain the python3-swisseph package. See

Request to join the team

2022-09-19 Thread Stanislas Marquis
Hello, I hereby request to join the Python Team. I will maintain the python3-swisseph package. See my ITP https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=958755 . Also will take care of some other packages I care about. I have read the group policy (https://salsa.debian.org/python-team

Request to join the team

2022-09-15 Thread Dean Serenevy
Hello, I would like to join the Debian python team. My immediate interest is in updating the python3-kivy package and generally keeping packages I care about up to date. My salsa username is duelafn. I have read https://salsa.debian.org/python-team/tools/python-modules/blob/master/policy.rst

Re: Request to join the team

2022-09-12 Thread Stefano Rivera
Hi Chiara (2022.09.06_07:33:59_+) > I would like to join the Debian Python team. > I am currently maintaining the python package sphinxext-opengraph [1] and I > am contributing to the updates of numpydoc [2]. Added, welcome! SR -- Stefano Rivera http://tumbleweed.org.za/ +1 415 683

Re: Request to join the team

2022-09-12 Thread Stefano Rivera
Hi Blair (2022.09.01_13:18:50_+) > I would like to join the Python team, to help update and maintain > the Python packages in Debian as a daily Debian and Python user, > to learn how Debian works, and to contribute to the community. > > I have read and accept the team's policy. Added,

Request to join the team

2022-09-06 Thread Chiara Marmo
Dear Debian Python team, I would like to join the Debian Python team. I am currently maintaining the python package sphinxext-opengraph [1] and I am contributing to the updates of numpydoc [2]. I have read the team policy [3] and I accept it. My salsa login is cmarmo. Thanks for your

Request to join the team

2022-09-01 Thread Blair Noctis
Hi, I would like to join the Python team, to help update and maintain the Python packages in Debian as a daily Debian and Python user, to learn how Debian works, and to contribute to the community. I have read and accept the team's policy. My salsa login is noctis. Thank you! -- Regards,

Re: Request to join python team

2022-08-19 Thread Stefano Rivera
Hi Ileana (2022.08.17_14:42:26_+) > I am requesting to join the debian python team. Added, welcome! SR -- Stefano Rivera http://tumbleweed.org.za/ +1 415 683 3272

Request to join python team

2022-08-17 Thread Ileana Dumitrescu
Hi, I am requesting to join the debian python team. I have already contributed merge requests for updates to asyncpg and autokey (salsa username is ildumi95), and I am working on updates to several other python projects. I plan to help with standard package maintainer tasks and bug fixes. If

Re: Request to join debian-python team on salsa

2022-08-11 Thread Stefano Rivera
Hi Jérémy (2022.08.11_17:58:33_+) > Yes, of course, I agree with the python policy. > Also mind that I don't plan to upload anything new without requesting > review. Added, welcome to the team. And sorry that took a while. SR -- Stefano Rivera http://tumbleweed.org.za/ +1 415 683 3272

Re: Request to join debian-python team on salsa

2022-08-11 Thread Jérémy Lal
Le jeu. 11 août 2022 à 17:55, Stefano Rivera a écrit : > Hi Jérémy (2022.07.07_13:19:01_+) > > I'd like to continue to maintain "gyp", > > and possibly some other python packages in a near future. > > > > I am aware of python policy and documentation. > > Please state that you *agree* with

Re: Request to join the Debian Python team

2022-08-11 Thread Stefano Rivera
Hi Lena (2022.07.18_14:58:11_+) > I would like to join the Python team to help maintain various packages > mostly related to Django. Added. Welcome to the team. And sorry about the delay. SR -- Stefano Rivera http://tumbleweed.org.za/ +1 415 683 3272

Re: Request to join the Debian Python Team

2022-08-11 Thread Stefano Rivera
Hi Julien (2022.07.06_16:38:35_+) > I would like to join the Debian Python Team to package some of my > projects, mainly sphinx-lint [1], but maybe also pospell [2], pogrep > [3], and friends created while translating the Python documentation in > french. Sorry about the delay. Welcome to the

Re: Request to join debian-python team on salsa

2022-08-11 Thread Stefano Rivera
Hi Jérémy (2022.07.07_13:19:01_+) > I'd like to continue to maintain "gyp", > and possibly some other python packages in a near future. > > I am aware of python policy and documentation. Please state that you *agree* with the policy :) SR -- Stefano Rivera http://tumbleweed.org.za/ +1

Re: Fwd: Request to join the Python team

2022-08-11 Thread Stefano Rivera
Hi Guilherme (2022.07.07_09:07:19_+) > I sent my request to join the team following the Wiki recommendations > ten days ago and so far I have not received a response. > I would like to know if there are any more steps to be taken? I'm afraid the admins were just busy. I've

Re: Request to join the Debian Python team

2022-08-04 Thread Lena Voytek
Hello, Just following up on my request to join the team. Please let me know if there is anything else I need to do. Thank you, Lena Voytek On Mon, 2022-07-18 at 07:58 -0700, Lena Voytek wrote: > Hello all, > > I would like to join the Python team to help maintain various > packa

Request to join the Debian Python team

2022-07-18 Thread Lena Voytek
Hello all, I would like to join the Python team to help maintain various packages mostly related to Django. I am currently the maintainer for Django in Ubuntu, and can help packages keep up to date with version transitions such as Django 4.0 in both operating systems. My salsa username is

Re: Request to join PAPT and DPMT

2022-07-12 Thread Piotr Ożarowski
[Zygmunt Krynicki, 2022-07-05] > I'd like to join PAPT and DPMT to co-maintain west and several other Python > packages related to or needed by the Zephyr project. I'm an old-timer, in a > way, but I have not been very active in packaging before. I'm looking to > improve my skills and actively

Re: Request to join debian-python team on salsa

2022-07-07 Thread Jérémy Lal
salsa login is "kapouer" Le jeu. 7 juil. 2022 à 15:19, Jérémy Lal a écrit : > Hi, > > I'd like to continue to maintain "gyp", > and possibly some other python packages in a near future. > > I am aware of python policy and documentation. > > Thanks, > > Jérémy > >

Request to join debian-python team on salsa

2022-07-07 Thread Jérémy Lal
Hi, I'd like to continue to maintain "gyp", and possibly some other python packages in a near future. I am aware of python policy and documentation. Thanks, Jérémy

Fwd: Request to join the Python team

2022-07-07 Thread Guilherme Xavier
Hello guys, I sent my request to join the team following the Wiki recommendations ten days ago and so far I have not received a response. I would like to know if there are any more steps to be taken? Thank you in advance and I'm looking forward to it!!! -- Forwarded message - De

Request to join the Debian Python Team

2022-07-06 Thread Julien Palard
Hello, I would like to join the Debian Python Team to package some of my projects, mainly sphinx-lint [1], but maybe also pospell [2], pogrep [3], and friends created while translating the Python documentation in french. My salsa handle is mdk. I have read the policy [4] and accept it. [1]:

Request to join PAPT and DPMT

2022-07-05 Thread Zygmunt Krynicki
Hello I'd like to join PAPT and DPMT to co-maintain west and several other Python packages related to or needed by the Zephyr project. I'm an old-timer, in a way, but I have not been very active in packaging before. I'm looking to improve my skills and actively maintain the small subset of

Request to join the Python team

2022-06-27 Thread Guilherme de Paula Xavier Segundo
Hello, I would like to join the team, to be able to package Python programs and modules that I use and that might be interesting to the project. I am currently Debian Maintainer and I have Python packages on Debian. I have read and accept the policy. My salsa username is: gpxlnx My contact

RE: Request to join the team

2022-05-29 Thread Moessbauer, Felix
> -Original Message- > From: Stefano Rivera > Sent: Sunday, May 29, 2022 1:58 PM > To: Moessbauer, Felix (T CED SES-DE) > Cc: debian-python@lists.debian.org; stephanlach...@debian.org > Subject: Re: Request to join the team > > Hi Moessbauer, (2022.05.29_09

Re: Request to join the team

2022-05-29 Thread Stefano Rivera
Hi Moessbauer, (2022.05.29_09:17:18_+) > I have Debian packagings for multiple python packages, found a sponsor > (Stephan Lachnit) and would like to join the team. Please the team policy and reply, indicating your agreement to follow it:

Request to join the team

2022-05-29 Thread Moessbauer, Felix
Hi, I have Debian packagings for multiple python packages, found a sponsor (Stephan Lachnit) and would like to join the team. Name on Salsa: fmoessbauer Best regards, Felix Moessbauer Siemens AG

Re: Request to Join the Team

2022-05-23 Thread Stefano Rivera
Hi Lev (2022.05.23_09:01:52_+) > I’m apologize. But any update for this? > I want to add new package to python repo. This package already in sid. > https://salsa.debian.org/faunris/importlab > Apologies, it fell through the cracks. Thanks for

Re: Request to Join the Team

2022-05-23 Thread Lev Borodin
I’m apologize. But any update for this? I want to add new package to python repo. This package already in sid. https://salsa.debian.org/faunris/importlab > 10 апр. 2022 г., в 03:18, Lev Borodin написал(а): > > Hello Team, > > I'm python programmer

Request to Join the Team

2022-04-09 Thread Lev Borodin
Hello Team, I'm python programmer with some experience with deb packaging. And I want help debian. I think it's my duty. Duty to the debian community. Salsa login: faunris I read Debian Python Team - Policy

Request to join the Python Team

2022-03-30 Thread Sebastien Badia
Hello, I would like to join the Debian Python Team in order to migrate python-ncclient and python-xmltodict¹ inside the team. And also click-option-group (new dependency of synadm²) My salsa nickname is sbadia. I have read the policy³ and accept it. Cheers, Sebastien

Re: Request to join the Debian Python Team

2022-03-26 Thread Stefano Rivera
Hi Martin (2022.03.11_15:32:10_+) > I would like to join the Debian Python Team. My salsa handle is "mguenther" Added, welcome! SR -- Stefano Rivera http://tumbleweed.org.za/ +1 415 683 3272

Re: Request to join the python team

2022-03-26 Thread Stefano Rivera
Hi Timon (2022.03.12_21:06:00_+) > I have now also read the Debian Python Team Policy and accept it. Added, welcome. > (I also suggest to update https://wiki.debian.org/Teams/PythonTeam/HowToJoin > with the > current text from policy.rst as it is much more clearly structured.) It probably

Re: Request to join the python team

2022-03-12 Thread Timon Engelke
Hi again, I have now also read the Debian Python Team Policy and accept it. (I also suggest to update https://wiki.debian.org/Teams/PythonTeam/HowToJoin with the current text from policy.rst as it is much more clearly structured.) Best regards Timon Engelke On Sat, 2022-03-12 at 16:49 +0100,

Request to join the python team

2022-03-12 Thread Timon Engelke
Hi, I'd like to join the python team. I just packaged scspell3k (https://github.com/myint/scspell) and would like to bring it to debian with the team. It is used in many tests for packages that we are currently packaging in the robotics team. I already talked to Jochen (jspricke) who is a

Request to join the Debian Python Team

2022-03-11 Thread Martin Günther
Hi all, I would like to join the Debian Python Team. My salsa handle is "mguenther" (the account is still pending approval). The reason why I would like to join the team is to maintain the "pass-git-helper" package, which is currently up for adoption [1]. Jochen Sprickerhof

Re: Request to join the DPT

2022-02-18 Thread Stefano Rivera
Hi Georges (2022.02.17_18:05:01_+) > I'd like to join the Debian Python Team. My salsa handle: gracinet Added you to the team, welcome! > I have been on the verge of doing Debian packaging for a very long time, > but never had the opportunity to go all the way before now. Glad you made the

Request to join the DPT

2022-02-17 Thread Georges Racinet
Hi, I'd like to join the Debian Python Team. My salsa handle: gracinet I have read the team policy [1] and agree with it. My immediate concern would be to package the Evolve Mercurial extension [2], which is an important piece in many recent Mercurial workflows. I see there is an old RFP about

Re: Python Team membership request for Nicotine package

2022-02-13 Thread François Mazen
Thanks Stefano! I've just moved the package to the python team repo: https://salsa.debian.org/python-team/packages/nicotine Best, François Le dimanche 13 février 2022 à 14:49 +, Stefano Rivera a écrit : > Hi François (2022.02.12_10:15:46_+) > > I think your request just g

Re: Python Team membership request for Nicotine package

2022-02-13 Thread Stefano Rivera
Hi François (2022.02.12_10:15:46_+) I think your request just got missed or forgotten about. I've added you to the team, welcome! SR > Hello Python Team, > > unless I'm mistaken, I haven't received any answer to my requests. Is > the team interested by co-maintaining the nico

Re: Python Team membership request for Nicotine package

2022-02-12 Thread François Mazen
Hello Python Team, unless I'm mistaken, I haven't received any answer to my requests. Is the team interested by co-maintaining the nicotine package? Best, François Le dimanche 30 janvier 2022 à 17:38 +0100, François Mazen a écrit : > Dear Python team, > > I'm working on reintroduction of

Python Team membership request for Nicotine package

2022-01-30 Thread François Mazen
Dear Python team, I'm working on reintroduction of the nicotine package [1] [2]. This software is written in python and Bastian Germann advises me to move the package to the Python Team's umbrella [3]. I really like this idea so I'm requesting to be part of the Debian Python team. My salsa login

Re: Packaging request for pygrib

2022-01-04 Thread Alastair McKinstry
c 28, 2021 at 12:14:37AM +, Kyle Lawlor-Bagcal wrote: > Hello! > > I would like to request a python package for pygrib: > > 1. https://jswhit.github.io/pygrib/installing.html Text from https://jswhit.github.io/pygrib/index.html Pygrib High-level py

Re: Ruffin's Request to join Debian Python Team

2021-12-29 Thread Stefano Rivera
Hi ruffsl (2021.12.23_01:07:35_+) > I'd like to please join your team in order to help package a few new python > modules. > As expanded upon below, packaging these python modules will aid my end goal > in packaging my own build tool extensions. > > Salsa account: ruffsl > (account is pending

Re: Packaging request for pygrib

2021-12-28 Thread Scott Kitterman
Not a fool, just learning. Debian is complicated and the best way to learn is to dive in and try things. As long as you learn along the way, it's all good. Scott K On December 28, 2021 11:46:49 PM UTC, Kyle Lawlor-Bagcal wrote: >Oh, I see. That is indeed the same package. I don't think

Re: Packaging request for pygrib

2021-12-28 Thread Kyle Lawlor-Bagcal
Oh, I see. That is indeed the same package. I don't think there is any work to do then. I'm just a fool who didn't know how to search well enough ;-) $ sudo apt-cache show python3-grib Package: python3-grib Architecture: amd64 Version: 2.0.4-2build2 Priority: optional Section: universe/python

Re: Packaging request for pygrib

2021-12-28 Thread Scott Kitterman
On December 28, 2021 11:34:01 PM UTC, Kyle Lawlor-Bagcal wrote: >On 12/28/21 6:18 PM, Scott Kitterman wrote: >> For The Debian Python team, if the team is listed as the maintainer for an >> existing package, then you can go ahead. If an individual is listed at >> Maintainer and the team is

Re: Packaging request for pygrib

2021-12-28 Thread Scott Kitterman
On Tuesday, December 28, 2021 6:14:20 PM EST Kyle Lawlor wrote: > On Tue, Dec 28, 2021 at 5:59 PM, Geert Stappers > wrote: > > https://wiki.debian.org/Packaging > > > Geert Stappers > Could not resist to ignore the "tell me how to do it", settled for a short > reply. Thank you for the link, I

Re: Packaging request for pygrib

2021-12-28 Thread Kyle Lawlor
On Tue, Dec 28, 2021 at 5:59 PM, Geert Stappers wrote:https://wiki.debian.org/PackagingGeert StappersCould not resist to ignore the "tell me how to do it", settled for a short reply.Thank you for the link, I will pursue this and reach out when I have questions or progress

Re: Packaging request for pygrib

2021-12-28 Thread Geert Stappers
On Tue, Dec 28, 2021 at 09:49:39PM +, Kyle Lawlor-Bagcal wrote: > On 12/28/21 2:35 AM, Geert Stappers wrote: > > Think "I among friends". Share ideas and ask for doing things together. > > Know that best way to get things done is by start doing. > Hi Geert, I will try my best to feel among

Re: Packaging request for pygrib

2021-12-28 Thread Kyle Lawlor-Bagcal
On 12/28/21 2:35 AM, Geert Stappers wrote: Think "I among friends". Share ideas and ask for doing things together. Know that best way to get things done is by start doing. Hi Geert, I will try my best to feel among friends here but being new, it's always a bit of a guessing game. I would

Re: Packaging request for pygrib

2021-12-27 Thread Geert Stappers
On Tue, Dec 28, 2021 at 12:14:37AM +, Kyle Lawlor-Bagcal wrote: > Hello! > > I would like to request a python package for pygrib: > > 1. https://jswhit.github.io/pygrib/installing.html Text from https://jswhit.github.io/pygrib/index.html Pygrib High-level python inter

Packaging request for pygrib

2021-12-27 Thread Kyle Lawlor-Bagcal
Hello! I would like to request a python package for pygrib: 1. https://jswhit.github.io/pygrib/installing.html 2. https://github.com/jswhit/pygrib I'm not sure what this would entail, but it would be great to be able to install it as "apt install python3-pygrib". I'm also new to th

Ruffin's Request to join Debian Python Team

2021-12-22 Thread ruffsl
Hello Debian Python Team, I'd like to please join your team in order to help package a few new python modules. As expanded upon below, packaging these python modules will aid my end goal in packaging my own build tool extensions. Salsa account: ruffsl (account is pending approval from your

Re: Request to join the Debian Python Team

2021-12-11 Thread Stefano Rivera
Hi Mechtilde (2021.12.11_09:51:21_+) > I want to join the Python-Team to package paperless-ng (#986227) and the > needed dependencies under the umbrella of the python team. Added, welcome! SR -- Stefano Rivera http://tumbleweed.org.za/ +1 415 683 3272

Request to join the Debian Python Team

2021-12-11 Thread Mechtilde Stehmann
Hello, I want to join the Python-Team to package paperless-ng (#986227) and the needed dependencies under the umbrella of the python team. I will help to hold packages up to date My salsa name is: Mechtilde I have read the Debian Python team policy at

Re: Request to join the team

2021-12-09 Thread Yago González
Just a heads-up, this has already been resolved and no further action is needed. Thanks! -- Yago González

Re: Request to join the team

2021-12-04 Thread Yago González
Hi Sandro, thanks for your quick reply! > you only maintain this package, you have not uploaded it in more than > 3.5 years, and that package received 3 NMUs in the last 2 years; how > can you reassure that you're going to actually take care of this > package moving it to DPT, instead of letting

Re: Request to join the team

2021-12-04 Thread Sandro Tosi
Hello Yago, > I am the current maintainer of python-tabulate [1], and would like to > join the team as I believe it makes more sense for the package to be > under its roof. The goal is to prevent issues should I be unavailable > in the future, but I will try continue maintaining it within the

Request to join the team

2021-12-04 Thread Yago González
Dear DPT, I am the current maintainer of python-tabulate [1], and would like to join the team as I believe it makes more sense for the package to be under its roof. The goal is to prevent issues should I be unavailable in the future, but I will try continue maintaining it within the team for now.

Re: Request for review for Poetry(Was: Re: Asking for help Poetry)

2021-11-19 Thread Emmanuel Arias
Hi Tai, First of all thanks for the mail, and for the work in the poetry package. Very detailed mail, amazing :) As mentioned Andrey, yes there's a test that failed with py3.10. The package is already in NEW, so we need to wait. In spite of this we can work to fix it. I didn't investigate yet,

Re: Request for review for Poetry(Was: Re: Asking for help Poetry)

2021-11-19 Thread Taihsiang Ho (tai271828)
Hi Andrey, Thank you for your information. I will have a look at the failure. If anyone has been working on this error, it would be appreciated to let me know how I can help. Besides, I found this thread https://lists.debian.org/debian-python/2021/11/msg00025.html soon after I sent out my

Re: Request for review for Poetry(Was: Re: Asking for help Poetry)

2021-11-19 Thread Andrey Rahmatullin
On Fri, Nov 19, 2021 at 03:54:48PM +0100, Taihsiang Ho (tai271828) wrote: > [5] Some of the error messages from latest package source: > > short test summary info > > FAILED

Re: Request for review for Poetry(Was: Re: Asking for help Poetry)

2021-11-19 Thread Taihsiang Ho (tai271828)
Hi Emmanuel, I failed to build the poetry deb with the latest package source[1] for some pytest cases[4][5] since I was aware of this thread https://lists.debian.org/debian-python/2021/06/msg00017.html . Do you suggest where I should report or record the error messages I found? By following my

Re: Request to join the team

2021-11-14 Thread Stefano Rivera
Hi Athos (2021.11.09_23:42:38_+) > Salsa login: athos > > I have read the Debian Python Team Policy [1] and I accept it. Added, welcome! SR -- Stefano Rivera http://tumbleweed.org.za/ +1 415 683 3272

Re: Request to join the team

2021-11-12 Thread Athos Ribeiro
On Thu, Nov 11, 2021 at 08:59:30PM -0500, Scott Talbert wrote: On Thu, 11 Nov 2021, Athos Ribeiro wrote: Hi, I am Athos Ribeiro and I would like to join the Python team. At this moment, I would like to start by helping to add Python 3.10 support to some packages that may be FTBFS for Python

Re: Request to join the team

2021-11-11 Thread Scott Talbert
On Thu, 11 Nov 2021, Athos Ribeiro wrote: Hi, I am Athos Ribeiro and I would like to join the Python team. At this moment, I would like to start by helping to add Python 3.10 support to some packages that may be FTBFS for Python 3.10 (which may help with the upcoming transition). I already

Re: Request to join the team

2021-11-11 Thread Athos Ribeiro
On Tue, Nov 09, 2021 at 10:41:42PM -0500, Scott Talbert wrote: On Tue, 9 Nov 2021, Athos Ribeiro wrote: Hi, I am Athos Ribeiro and I would like to join the Python team. At this moment, I would like to start by helping to add Python 3.10 support to some packages that may be FTBFS for Python

Re: Request to join the team

2021-11-09 Thread Scott Talbert
On Tue, 9 Nov 2021, Athos Ribeiro wrote: Hi, I am Athos Ribeiro and I would like to join the Python team. At this moment, I would like to start by helping to add Python 3.10 support to some packages that may be FTBFS for Python 3.10 (which may help with the upcoming transition). I already

Request to join the team

2021-11-09 Thread Athos Ribeiro
Hi, I am Athos Ribeiro and I would like to join the Python team. At this moment, I would like to start by helping to add Python 3.10 support to some packages that may be FTBFS for Python 3.10 (which may help with the upcoming transition). I already started with the following packages

Re: request to join python-team/packages group on salsa

2021-10-18 Thread Stefano Rivera
Hi Afif (2021.10.04_02:18:30_+) > On 10/3/21 6:50 PM, Sandro Tosi wrote: > >> I sometimes need to add or make updates to python packages. Currently, I > >> just uploaded a newer upstream version of httpbin and I'd like to push > >> the changes to the git repository, which resides in

Re: Request to join Debian Python Team

2021-10-18 Thread Stefano Rivera
Hi Vasudev (2021.09.29_08:51:47_+) > I would like to reintroduce foolscap [1] which is part of DPT back to > unstable as it is a dependency for reintroducing tahoe-lafs which I used > to maintain earlier in Debian. Added you on Salsa, welcome to the team! SR -- Stefano Rivera

Re: Request to join the team

2021-10-18 Thread Stefano Rivera
Hi Phil (2021.09.29_05:37:20_+) > Hi all, I've been lurking on the list for a while as several important > applications I use are written in python and I hope to package e.g. > mautrix-signal. Right now if I am part of the team, I can help with > lexicon and backports. Added, welcome to the

Re: Request to join the team

2021-10-18 Thread Stefano Rivera
Hi Luiz (2021.09.19_11:02:13_+) > My Salsa login is lamaral, but my account is not activated yet. Once I > get salsa access, I will move the fbtftp repository there, as it > currently resides in my GitHub[2]. I sponsored fbtftp to NEW, we should move its repo into the team. Added you.

Re: packaging help request: paths for build_py and build_scripts phases

2021-10-18 Thread Timo Röhling
Hi Jonathan, * Jonathan Dowland [2021-10-18 11:04]: Here, the scripts are copied to a path *not* rooted in <>. So far as I can tell, both phases are normal parts of the setuptools/distutils build lifecycle, and I haven't spotted anything obviously non-standard about the way that is specified.

packaging help request: paths for build_py and build_scripts phases

2021-10-18 Thread Jonathan Dowland
Hello, I am attempting to package the latest upstream version of "trash-cli"¹, which differs quite a lot from the current package on the build side of things. https://github.com/andreafrancia/trash-cli The problem occurs during the post-build test phase. The tests cannot find the scripts they

Re: request to join python-team/packages group on salsa

2021-10-11 Thread Emmanuel Arias
El lun, 11 de oct. de 2021 a la(s) 01:49, Nilesh Patra ( nil...@nileshpatra.info) escribió: > > > On 11 October 2021 4:17:48 am IST, Emmanuel Arias < > emmanuelaria...@gmail.com> wrote: > >El dom, 10 de oct. de 2021 a la(s) 17:36, Afif Elghraoui (a...@debian.org > ) > >escribió: > >Hi, > > > >You

Re: request to join python-team/packages group on salsa

2021-10-10 Thread Nilesh Patra
On 11 October 2021 4:17:48 am IST, Emmanuel Arias wrote: >El dom, 10 de oct. de 2021 a la(s) 17:36, Afif Elghraoui (a...@debian.org) >escribió: >Hi, > >You need to be patient. >that a good exercise to understand the "upload process", also some DD >prefer >use mentors. Hi, Afif is already a

Re: request to join python-team/packages group on salsa

2021-10-10 Thread Emmanuel Arias
El dom, 10 de oct. de 2021 a la(s) 17:36, Afif Elghraoui (a...@debian.org) escribió: > > > On 10/3/21 7:18 PM, Afif Elghraoui wrote: > > > > > > On 10/3/21 6:50 PM, Sandro Tosi wrote: > >>> I sometimes need to add or make updates to python packages. Currently, > I > >>> just uploaded a newer

Re: request to join python-team/packages group on salsa

2021-10-10 Thread Afif Elghraoui
On 10/3/21 7:18 PM, Afif Elghraoui wrote: > > > On 10/3/21 6:50 PM, Sandro Tosi wrote: >>> I sometimes need to add or make updates to python packages. Currently, I >>> just uploaded a newer upstream version of httpbin and I'd like to push >>> the changes to the git repository, which resides

Re: request to join python-team/packages group on salsa

2021-10-03 Thread Afif Elghraoui
On 10/3/21 6:50 PM, Sandro Tosi wrote: >> I sometimes need to add or make updates to python packages. Currently, I >> just uploaded a newer upstream version of httpbin and I'd like to push >> the changes to the git repository, which resides in python-team/packages. > > httpbin has been

Re: request to join python-team/packages group on salsa

2021-10-03 Thread Sandro Tosi
> I sometimes need to add or make updates to python packages. Currently, I > just uploaded a newer upstream version of httpbin and I'd like to push > the changes to the git repository, which resides in python-team/packages. httpbin has been orphaned, so it appears as if this repo should be moved

request to join python-team/packages group on salsa

2021-10-03 Thread Afif Elghraoui
Hello, I sometimes need to add or make updates to python packages. Currently, I just uploaded a newer upstream version of httpbin and I'd like to push the changes to the git repository, which resides in python-team/packages. Salsa login: afif I have read and accept

Request to join Debian Python Team

2021-09-29 Thread Vasudev Kamath
Hi, I would like to reintroduce foolscap [1] which is part of DPT back to unstable as it is a dependency for reintroducing tahoe-lafs which I used to maintain earlier in Debian. Salsa login: vasudev I've gone through

Request to join the team

2021-09-28 Thread Phil Morrell
Hi all, I've been lurking on the list for a while as several important applications I use are written in python and I hope to package e.g. mautrix-signal. Right now if I am part of the team, I can help with lexicon and backports. I have read and accept policy.rst and my salsa login is "emorrp1".

Request to join the team

2021-09-19 Thread Luiz Amaral
Hello, I would like to join the Python team to maintain fbtftp[1] (which I still need a sponsor). After I get more comfortable, I can assist with maintaining python-ldap3, python-ldap as well as taking care of some RFPs. I have been packaging proprietary software for Debian as part of my job for

Re: Request to join the team

2021-09-17 Thread Stefano Rivera
Hi Joshua (2021.09.17_19:26:06_+) > My official statement: I would like to join the Debian Python Team to > maintain the pyupgrade, patch-ng, and the eventually the conan Python > packages. > I have read and agree to the DPT policy, and I have subscribed to the > mailing list (fyi). My salsa

Request to join the team

2021-09-17 Thread Joshua Peisach
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA512 Hello! Stefano: Thanks for reviewing my email! and not just my email, all the others who have requested to join the team! I feel like it's a bit rare to find people who welcome new people rarely, but I'm probably way out of touch. My official

Re: Request to join the team by Christian Buhtz

2021-09-16 Thread Stefano Rivera
; A statement > > I read and accept the Debian Python Team - Policy at [4]. Welcome! I'm not going to add you to the team, immediately, without some visible history of contribution. However, I've granted you access to the feedparser repo for a year, which should be all you need for now. Af

Re: pyupgrade has been packaged + request to join the team

2021-09-16 Thread Stefano Rivera
xtensions, which happened to > be at the time Bullseye freeze depression struck, and they were all > expired. Sometimes the most effective way to get things sponsored in the python team is via the IRC sponsorship request list. But sometimes they pile up because nobody is sponsoring...

Re: Request to join the team

2021-09-16 Thread Stefano Rivera
Hi Nobuhiro (2021.08.30_05:13:26_+) > I would like to join the team, I plan to ITP some python packages and > would like to > maintain them as team. > > My salsa login is iwamatsu and I have read the Debian Python Team Policy > and I accept them. Added to the team, welcome! SR -- Stefano

Re: Request to join the team

2021-09-16 Thread Stefano Rivera
Hi Dylan (2021.08.19_12:27:42_+) > I would like to join the team in order to update python-sparse [1] and > more generally to do some QA work. > > My salsa login is daissi and I have read the Debian Python Team Policy > and accept it. Added to the team, welcome! SR -- Stefano Rivera

Request to join the team by Christian Buhtz

2021-09-12 Thread c.buhtz
Dear team members, I want to introduce myself and also to request joining the team. > Why you want to join the team I want to package feedparser [1][2]. The main reason is my own software (not yet released [3]) depends on it. I am in good contact with the upstream maintainer for years and

Re: pyupgrade has been packaged + request to join the team

2021-09-05 Thread Joshua Peisach
be a maintainer if I was part of the team. As soon as pyupgrade gets its initial release I will do the same. -Josh From: Joshua Peisach Sent: Friday, August 27, 2021 4:44 PM To: debian-python@lists.debian.org Subject: pyupgrade has been packaged + request to join

Request to join the team

2021-08-29 Thread Nobuhiro Iwamatsu
Hello, I would like to join the team, I plan to ITP some python packages and would like to maintain them as team. My salsa login is iwamatsu and I have read the Debian Python Team Policy and I accept them. Best regards, Nobuhiro -- Nobuhiro Iwamatsu iwamatsu at {nigauri.org / debian.org}

pyupgrade has been packaged + request to join the team

2021-08-28 Thread Joshua Peisach
knows where I'm coming from (because you won't find me on contributors.debian.org), the point of this is to announce I've packaged pyupgrade, a "tool to automatically upgrade syntax for newer versions". I was told at the DebConf BoF on etherpad to request to join the team, and then

Re: Request for review for Poetry(Was: Re: Asking for help Poetry)

2021-08-26 Thread Emmanuel Arias
Hello!!! I just push some updates to salsa Here are my comments: > > 1. d/control: > > You haven't set the Python Team either in Maintainer or Uploaders. > > Ready my bad! Also I note that some dependencies that I package for Poetry were uploaded and DPT was not the Maintainer, I'll change

Request to join the team

2021-08-19 Thread Dylan Aïssi
Hi, I would like to join the team in order to update python-sparse [1] and more generally to do some QA work. My salsa login is daissi and I have read the Debian Python Team Policy and accept it. Best, Dylan [1] https://salsa.debian.org/python-team/packages/python-sparse/-/merge_requests

Re: Request for review for Poetry(Was: Re: Asking for help Poetry)

2021-07-02 Thread Louis-Philippe Véronneau
On 2021-07-02 18 h 25, Louis-Philippe Véronneau wrote: > 2. d/control: > > If you require specific dependencies, you should make it clear in > d/control. It's the kind of thing that helps a lot if people decide to > backport it. Specific _versions_ of dependencies. Sorry, Friday afternoon :) --

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