l.bigonville at edpnet.be
Tue Sep 25 22:38:21 BST 2007
On Tue, 25 Sep 2007 21:12:29 +0200
Stefan Potyra <sistpoty at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> Hi Laurent,
> Am Dienstag 25 September 2007 16:27:52 schrieb Laurent Bigonville:
> > On Mon, 24 Sep 2007 20:35:20 +0200
> [many questions and many answers]
> Great, you gave excellent answers, so I'm convinced that you have the
> technical skill to become a MOTU. Out of curiousity: Did you answer all
> questions by yourself or did you ask for help?
All by myself :) Only ask some help to correct my English.
> Since you're in the telepathy team: How do you think the telepathy team
> integrates with MOTU? What works well, and what could be improved? Also the
> telepathy team is using bzr as the main packaging and reviewing environment,
> right? What do you think is better/worse in the reviewing/sponsoring workflow
> using bzr compared to for example REVU or using debdiffs added to individual
Well currently there are a few people active in the Ubuntu TP team, so
I cannot really speak about the integration with MOTU. I work a lot
with the Debian Telepathy team (which includes a lot of upstream
maintainers) and try to be as close as possible with their packages to
limit duplicate work, I think it's a plus.
I think that bzr (also used by the Debian TP team) and its integration
in the launchpad is quite cool. I don't really like REVU, I've always
the feeling that some of my packages get lost in it.
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