KDE Frameworks syncs
jr at jriddell.org
Sat Aug 1 00:46:02 UTC 2015
Of course we merge with Debian but that will be at debian git rather
than individual packages, syncs are all good if there's no changes,
they're just a bit pointless as we do bulk uploads of the whole of
On Sat, Aug 01, 2015 at 12:39:43AM +0200, Artur Rona wrote:
> OK, but what are the official rules? Kubuntu WILL NOT merging
> packages with Debian? Is it prohibited and I should not do this at
> If so, what's the reason?
> W dniu 31.07.2015 o 23:53, Jonathan Riddell pisze:
> >Fair enough, there won't be any problems then if there's no diff.
> >We'll upload the 5.12 packages shortly for all of them along with gcc
> >5 fixes.
> >On 31 July 2015 at 23:49, Artur Rona <ari-tczew at tlen.pl> wrote:
> >>Dear Jonathan,
> >>>Morning artur, I see you synced a bunch of 5.12 KDE Frameworks packages
> >>>from Debian into Ubuntu. can you explain your thinking here?
> >>the inspiration to syncs of KDE Frameworks 5.12 came out from our
> >>conversation on IRC. The cut of log below:
> >>[25.07.2015] [11:49:31 CEST] <ari-tczew> does Debian getting in sync with
> >>Kubuntu the changes?
> >>[25.07.2015] [11:49:48 CEST] <ari-tczew> I saw a plenty of examples where
> >>Debian applied our delta.
> >>[25.07.2015] [11:51:41 CEST] <Riddell> yeah it's all in the same git
> >>archives now so it's a simple merge
> >>[25.07.2015] [11:52:19 CEST] <ari-tczew> includes syncs
> >>[25.07.2015] [11:52:49 CEST] <ari-tczew> so if there is no delta between
> >>Debian and Ubuntu can I just sync a package?
> >>[25.07.2015] [11:53:00 CEST] <Riddell> of course
> >>As I'm involved in reducing delta between Debian and Ubuntu, reffering to
> >>your answer, I just wanted to make a delta of Frameworks as small as
> >>>We're building 5.12 in a PPA and going the GCC transition as part of that,
> >>>there's not usually any need to sync from Debian because we do a bulk upload
> >>>of everything when it's ready.
> >>Once again. I understood both (your answer and fact that Debian applies
> >>already our delta) as the open way to keep Kubuntu in sync/merge from
> >>Debian. If I'm wrong, I don't see really any point to merging our changes in
> >>Debian git and then packaging new upstream releases whole Framework from
> >>>I don't think it'll cause any problems and I guess you selected somehow
> >>>which ones to sync? But problems can't always be predicted.
> >>The first I took from page  with green colour. Of course if Build-Depends
> >>have been satisfied => no FTBFS in pbuilder.
> >>Kind Regards,
> >>Artur Rona
> Pozdrawiam / Kind Regards,
> Artur Rona
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