On Fri, Nov 28, 2008 at 04:10:35PM +0000, James Westby wrote: > In my opinion it doesn't prejudice the aims of vcs-pkg at all.
Agreed. Rather, it accounts for an experiment at which we should look with interest. In particular, logs are important, for example I'd be curious to know how much the typical access path to your sources (presumably "apt-get source", but maybe even the website, or whatever else) will change with this. More generally, I've a handful of other questions on the infrastructure: - is the source code of the infrastructure available? (sorry, I'm writing off-line and I can't check by myself) - how tied is the infrastructure to bzr? would it make sense to have different back-ends (well, front-ends for the final users) for the various DVCS? The question is of course modulo the usual problems of synchronization between different VCS, but note that those problems do not pop up for packages which are _not_ regularly maintained using VCS, but are rather just injected regularly into bzr - how specific to Ubuntu is the infrastructure? Would it be possible / easy to set up the very same service for Debian or for any other Debian derivative? Many thanks for this thrilling opportunity. Cheers. -- Stefano Zacchiroli -o- PhD in Computer Science \ PostDoc @ Univ. Paris 7 [EMAIL PROTECTED],pps.jussieu.fr,debian.org} -<>- http://upsilon.cc/zack/ Dietro un grande uomo c'è ..| . |. Et ne m'en veux pas si je te tutoie sempre uno zaino ...........| ..: |.... Je dis tu à tous ceux que j'aime
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