[mythtv-users] 0.20 Debian packages
mario.mailing at gmail.com
Mon Sep 11 21:54:53 UTC 2006
I spoke briefly with Christian an hour ago. He's started on 0.20 packages,
and has a themes package ready, but nothing else yet.
I also spoke with mdz, and found out the same that he's not maintainer
anymore. I'm going to stop assembling my 0.20 package in favor of waiting
for Christian to finish up his and just use that instead.
And for you Ubuntu people (like me) out there, I was in #ubunut-motu. Once
Christian finishes up his package, as long as its before the multiverse UVF,
we can get it in for edgy. Once its in for edgy, we can try to get it for a
backport, but that will be a little more work.
On 9/11/06, Brad Fritz <brad-mythtv at fritzfam.com> wrote:
> Mario and Alexander,
> On Mon, Sep 11, 2006 at 01:04:26PM -0500, Mario Limonciello wrote:
> > I have had a debian directory for packages that I've updated throughout
> > that were originally based on .18.1, and then .19. I just finished
> > migrating the main package to 0.20, but I'm working on plugins
> still. This
> > is the problem with not having an official repo for debian packages,
> lots of
> > people make their own packages, & they are all 'slightly' different, and
> > built with different options. Once I finish mine up completely, I can
> > them as well at my school webspace. I'm not sure if they will be better
> > worse then the packages hosted here. The most ideal situation is if we
> > get ahold of Matt Zimmerman, the debian maintainer for myth. See how he
> > wants things done, and give him each of our debian
> directories. Probably,
> > whoever's builds cleanly in an edgy-pbuilder wins I'd think. I haven't
> > tried mine in pbuilder yet.
> I suspect most people who use Debian binary packages get them from
> http://debian-multimedia.org/ maintained by Christian Marillat.
> I have sent a few very minor mythtv debian patches to Christian in the
> past and he's always been quick to reply and good about incorporating
> improvements. You might consider downloading 0.19 source packages
> from the debian-multimedia archive and sending patches to Christian.
> (You could probably use the reportbug package to submit them.) That
> would probably be better for the Debian/MythTV user community than
> adding new deb archives.
> Also FYI...
> mdz is no longer maintaining the Debian mythtv packages:
> There was also a pkg-mythtv project:
> but I don't think that group ever released any packages.
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