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Re: SALSA migration of XML/SGML packages (sgml-data for me)


 Now sgml-data is listed in https://salsa.debian.org/xml-sgml-team

On Sun, Jul 08, 2018 at 06:38:38PM +0200, Mattia Rizzolo wrote:
> On Sun, Jul 08, 2018 at 11:20:57PM +0900, Osamu Aoki wrote:
> > I am wondering what is happening with XML/SGML packages.
> The group is now on salsa at:
>     https://salsa.debian.org/xml-sgml-team
> and not all packages are abandoned, thought several are.


> > This sgml-data is SGML package so it is most appropriate to be taken
> > care by people who were on Debian XML/SGML Group
> > <debian-xml-sgml-pkgs@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>.  I think this is
> > unreachable email address by now.
> You think wrong, as that mail address has been migrated on the temporary
> server on alioth-lists.debian.net, together with all the others
> (although I believe most of them should have been archived away, and
> move to use a team+foo@tracker.d.o address).

I see.  I also saw:
by  Joseph Herlant who created https://salsa.debian.org/xml-sgml-team

Since we have developer ML as debian-sgml@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, why not use
it as group mail address.  Then we already have well supported stable
archived ML system.  ...

Is team+foo@tracker.d.o address usable now?  Any howto to set it up?

> > Does anyone working on moving these repo to SALSA and uploading properly
> > updated packages with reachable group address?
> If you checked DDPO as you said, and noticed that *some* are on alioth,
> you must also have noticed that the others are already on salsa…

Yes.  Also prople are using their name as Maintainer instead of group
mail address.
>     https://salsa.debian.org/groups/xml-sgml-team/-/group_members
> I added you to the team now.


> > FYI: I created SALSA repo for sgml-data
> >  https://salsa.debian.org/debian/sgml-data
> I'd consider asking the salsa admin to move it under the team namespace,
> unless you think it would be best under /debian/, of course.

Are you suggesting some manual repo move?  Is that important?

I added xml-sgml-team group member a group write access to the sgml-data
archive as Developer.  This action has nice side effect.  Now, sgml-data
is listed under https://salsa.debian.org/xml-sgml-team as a member

Currently, xml-sgml-team projects doesn't add debian group at the top
level.  That should be possible soon with updated github.  If you intend
to give access to all DD, setting write access by the debian group (DD)
may be an option.