Debian package shasta: source location moved

Steve Langasek steve.langasek at ubuntu.com
Thu Dec 8 23:46:32 UTC 2022


Thanks for the information.  For reference, Ubuntu pulls shasta from Debian
rather than upstream directly, so as long as you've also informed the
Debian maintainer, Ubuntu should have no problems!

On Thu, Dec 08, 2022 at 10:32:46AM -0800, Paolo Carnevali wrote:
> I am the main developer of the source code for Debian package shasta.
> I wanted to let you that the original GitHub repository
> <https://github.com/chanzuckerberg/shasta> containing Shasta source code
> has been phased out and Shasta development is continuing on this new
> repository:
> 
> https://github.com/paoloshasta/shasta
> 
> Please use this new repository for future releases.
> 
> I will continue Shasta development as GitHub user paoloshasta (email
> address pacarnev at ucsc.edu, copied here). I will lose my current email
> address paolo at chanzuckerberg.com and I will no longer use my
> paoloczi GitHub account.
> 
> Thank you for including Shasta as a Debian repository. Your work on that is
> highly appreciated.
> 
> Paolo Carnevali
> Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (until 12/31/2022)
> University of California at Santa Cruz, Genomics Institute

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