From: Felipe Bergo <bergo@se...> - 2001-04-28 20:17:12
On Sat, 28 Apr 2001, Daniel Burrows wrote:
> Hi there. I happened to run across eboard in a random Freshmeat trawl
> and think it looks quite interesting. I'd like to package it for Debian,
> and thought you should be aware that I'm working on that.
> Are you using the eboard-devel list much? I could subscribe to it, but
> it looks like there isn't much happening there (I have asked Sourceforge
> to email me messages when you post a new release; hopefully that does
> something useful :) )
Hi, my development box runs Slackware and FreeBSD, so having somebody else
package it for Debian looks cool. However, I'm using a versioning scheme
like that of the kernel, when y is odd (in x.y.z) it is a development
version. I'm working on eboard regularly, and in these early development
version days I'm releasing a new version every 2-3 days or so (0.1.4 will
come out tomorrow).
You may wish to wait for a stable release (0.2.0) to release packages to
the Debian repositories.
If you wish to build debian packages regularly, let me have your
sourceforge username and I'll add you as developer so that you can upload
files to the files area.
About the mailing list: I haven't sent any mail to it yet because, until
this week, no one was subscribing to it. Whenever new versions come out
I'll announce them to the mailing list.
Tomorrow's version has some improvements on interface, some help system,
*premove*, *drag-n-drop* and fixes to the autoconf script to work with the
FreeBSD port of GTK+.
Felipe Paulo Guazzi Bergo - Free Software Developer (bergo@...)
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