On 12/10/2012 04:40 PM, Paul Giblock wrote:
On Tue, Nov 27, 2012 at 9:33 AM, Tobias Doerffel <tobias.doerffel@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi,

2012/11/27 David Gerard <dgerard@gmail.com>:
>> I've emailed the named Debian developer asking what's up with LMMS and
>> if he still maintains it.
>
>
> I got no answer. It seems that Patrick Winnertz has disappeared, and
> lmms is a zombie Debian package.
>
> So - anyone want to go through the bureaucracy to become a Debian developer?


AFAIK Israel Dahl (see Cc) has been become the maintainer of the
Ubuntu packages recently.

Toby

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Any update on this?  It would at least be nice to get an acknowledgement back from the current maintainer, and make sure we can get the current version in for 13.04.

-- Paul




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Oh, sorry, I have been talking to Toby lately... sorry I am in the process of fixing lintian errors, and some of the bugs like the lack of a desktop file, (which also effects the software-center)  I have submitted 0.4.13 and proposed it to be merged, but I will contact the person who is working on this merger, and I'll propose merging 0.4.14 in instead... the feature freeze for Raring is in March so I should have PLENTY of time.  I have also e-mailed the Debian MIA people, but have had no response.  It might help if you also e-mailed MIA and put some heat on the issue.  I should have e-mailed the whole group, my apologies.

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Regards