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- Nov 6 2016, 06:47 (259 w, 19 h)
Sep 23 2021
I was intructed on the pureos-project mailinglist that if the latest package in Debian is a clean backport and I haven't seen any regressions, then the simplest solution is to simply backport that from unstable to byzantium.
Dec 29 2020
I am working on getting this into Debian - There's already a Ubuntu PPA, whos maintainer I have mailed and asked if they are interested in maintaining it in Debian - If they are not, I'll ITP it, and maintain it myself.
Nov 17 2019
I am just about to package 1.2.13 in Debian, which got a fix for
Aug 16 2019
@user22492 Is this with the PureOS package?
Aug 9 2019
@jeremiah.foster I have now pushed another commit to salsa, containing a man-page. I'll provide it to upstream in a pull request too.
@jeremiah.foster I'll take care of it.
Aug 6 2019
I have made an upload - I will push the git repo to the Debian Python Applications Packaging team on salsa when I can see that it is in the NEW queue.
Aug 2 2019
Hmm, now I found https://puri.sm/posts/music-player-lollypop-added-to-pureos-store-for-librem-5-phone-and-laptops/ .
It isn't already packaged, right?
I have started looking at packaging this - I can provide a packaging repo containing my work soon. I guess packaging in Debian is the preferred way, and not in pureos. I'll take ownership of that RFP.
Feb 11 2018
Which version of Gnucash are you trying to build? libgoffice-0.8 is removed from Debian testing (which PureOS is based on), but there is a newer version of Gnucash (2.7.3) in the Debian Experimental repositories, which require libgoffice-0.10.
Jan 28 2018
I have update the page, ended up with this:
Jan 27 2018
I am a member of the debian-www team, and have write access to those pages. What text would you like to present PureOS?