Antonio Olmo Titos | 7 Jul 10:22 2015
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Contacting maintainers of libjs-* packages for advice


Hello, pkg-javascript-devel <at> lists.alioth.debian.org

My name is Antonio, and I am a member of the systems team at the W3C. (I 
apologise in advance if this is not the right channel for my comments! 
If so, I would appreciate advice on how to contact the relevant people.)

At the World Wide Web Consortium we are starting to collect in a central 
location a copy of the JS libraries we use most often -- many published 
specs and other documents use jQuery, MathJax etc, and to avoid 
redundancy we are putting together a very simple, internal repository 
(think "our very own micro-CDN"). While doing so, we are faced with a 
few problems (how to handle different versions or strands of each 
library, how to get security announcements from developers and deploy 
their updates promptly, etc).

Leveraging libjs-* Debian packages is a possibility, although we still 
have to study if it fits our needs.

In any case, we suspect the maintainers of libjs-* are dealing with the 
same issues, so I would like to talk with some of you to maybe answer 
these question. E-mail, IRC or some kind of VoIP would work for me.

Thank you in advance, and keep on the good work.

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Antonio Olmo Titos
   web developer, W3C
   antonio <at> w3.org
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codemirror-js 5.4.0-1 MIGRATED to testing

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Urgency: medium
Maintainer: Debian Javascript Maintainers <pkg-javascript-devel <at> lists.alioth.debian.org>
Changed-By: Ximin Luo <infinity0 <at> pwned.gg>
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Rita Gallon | 4 Jul 14:09 2015
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Hola

Hola

Buenos dias,
Me gusto ponerme en contacto contigo ara explicarte mi situacion. Mi nombre es Srta. Rita Gallon. de la única hija de último padre Sr.Dr.Steven Gallon. de Costa de Marfi (Africa) Mi padre era un comerciante muy rico de cacao en Abidjan, la capital económica de Costa de Marfil,
 a mi padre ha sido envenenado y es matado por sus asociados de asuntos sobre , una de sus paseos en viaje de negocios. Mi madre se murió cuando era un bebé y desde entonces mi padre lo ha tomado tan especial.
Antes de la muerte de mi padre en octubre de 2012 en un hospital privado aquí en Abidjan él me llamó secretamente por su parte y me indicó que tiene la suma de $13,000,000, fue en la dentro un caja en la un empresa de seguridad aquí en Abidjan es él que empleó mi nombre como su sola hija para el próximo de los padres depositando fondos. él mi,

 explicó también que era debido a esta riqueza que fue envenenado por sus asociada de asuntos. Que debería buscar a un asociado extranjero en un país de mi elección donde lo ransferiría este dinero y lo emplee para el objetivo de inversión como la gestión de bienes inmuebles o la gestión de hotel. Caro, busco honradamente su ayuda de las siguientes maneras: (1) para proporcionar una ayudar para reclamar el dinero. (2) para servir de encargado de estos fondos puesto que yo tienen solamente 21 a os. (3) para hacer el acuerdo para que venga en tu país para mi educación y para fijo una autorización de residencia en su país. Por otra parte, caro, estoy dispuesto a ofrecerles un 15% de toda la suma

como compensación por su esfuerzo/entrada después de la transferencia triunfada de estos fondos en su cuenta nombrada en ultramar. Además indican sus opciones para ayudarme mientras que creo que esta
transacción se concluiría en catorce (15) días en que significan el interés en ayudarme. Prever a tener de sus noticias pronto. Que Dios te

bendiga Srta Rita Gallon.
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Alhaji shehuladan | 3 Jul 19:49 2015
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From The Office Of Alhaji Shehu Ladan(GMD NNPC)To Revelation.

NIGERIAN NATIONAL PETROLEUM CORPORATION
CONTRACT AWARD COMMITTEE
HEADQUARTERS TENDER COMMITTEE,BLOCK ‘A’ (4TH FLOOR) NNPC
TOWERS HERBERT MACAULAY WAY CENTRAL  BUSINESS DISTRICT,
GARKI  ABUJA NIGERIA.

TELEGRAM:NNPC/FEC/223/09
======================================================
From the Desk of: Alhaji Shehu Ladan
Group Managing Director of the Nigerian National Petroleum
Corporation (NNPC)
DO NOT READ IF NOT MEANT FOR YOU
======================================================

(Overdue Contract Payment)

Attn: Contractor,

After waiting to hear from you or your Partners who introduced you
into this transaction for a long time now, I decided to make this
direct approach today as to let you know that I don’t have any bad
intention or mixed feelings against you. I keep wondering if you have
asked yourself this question? Why is it that ever since you were
introduced into this transaction, you have been going round in circles
without getting to the bottom or end of this and also why is it that
each time the release of these fund is announced,all of a sudden, the
payment will be stopped or one problem or the other will come up.

If you have not asked this question or you do not know, this is an
opportunity for me to detail you properly now that I have been
appointed as the new Managing Director of the (NNPC) Corporation and
for you to avoid being misled by imposters as I am the only person
that knows the genesis of this transaction.

Some time ago I was in-Charge of the Contract Award and Supervisory
Unit of the NNPC, the people that introduced you to the project
approached me and requested me to assist them conclude a money
transfer deal they had with you, they requested me to assist them by
putting in your name as the Original Beneficiary of the funds in
question in order to make you appear as the rightful beneficiary of
this funds. I agreed on condition that they will pay me US$100,000 as
soon as your name appears as the beneficiary.

I did as agreed and demanded to be paid but your friends started
telling me stories. They even told me that you promise to send money
to me. Do you know that up till now, I have not received a single cent
from them and have not set my eyes on any of them? Based on their
attitude, as the newly appointed Group Managing Director of the
Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), I decided to stop the
release of the funds through a strong worded  petition to the Office
of the newly elected President of Nigeria himself who is also my step brother.

My reason of taking such decision is because I cannot be denied of my
right in my own Office considering the risk that it might affect my
job.

Secondly, I know personally that you are not the rightful beneficiary
of the funds in question, although I am the only person privileged to
know this information and it is a fact.

Why I am making this clear to you is that I can see that you are still
making efforts; spending money in order to conclude this project which
I know that it will not be possible for you without my involvement.

I am ready to forget the past on condition that a share of 25% of the
total sum will be given to me and not the US$100,000 as earlier
promised by your so called Partners.

I need your assurance that those Colleagues of yours or any Government
Official will be totally kept out of this transaction since none of
them is aware of this new development after trying their best to
conclude the transaction without my consent.

Finally, I need your assurance that you will be willing to offer me
the 25% of the fund and that you will assist me to establish a Foreign
Account in your Country where my share will be lodged. If you agree to
my terms, to enable me furnish you with detailed information on what
you are to do from now on. But if the reverse is the case, do not
bother yourself to call or reach me via E-mail.

Respectfully yours,

Alhaji Shehu Ladan
GMD, NNPC
Group Managing Director (GMD)
Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (N.N.P.C.).

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Daniel Pocock | 3 Jul 15:56 2015

browserify/browserify-lite automation


The most basic way of using browserify is not really consistent with the
Debian approach.  In most packages, we do everything to avoid having
bundled libraries (e.g. in a C++ project) and aim to have each library
in its own package so that any one library can be updated individually
to fix a bug or security flaw.

If I use browserify(-lite) from debian/rules, then it is copying code
from other packages into my own binary package at build time.

Instead of running browserify from debian/rules, maybe browserify can be
run dynamically by some hook script each time dependency packages are
installed or upgraded?  This would mean the browserify output is not
kept in any real binary packages, it is built locally on each system and
stored in /var/cache perhaps
Daniel Pocock | 3 Jul 15:48 2015

packaging npm dependency graphs


There are more and more interesting projects using npm and related
technologies like grunt and browserify

browserify is a heavy user of npm dependencies itself[1]

One idea that I had is that we could run some service (maybe using the
URL http://npm.debian.net) to:

a) automatically clone all the Git repositories for packages on
https://www.npmjs.com/
b) create a debian branch in each cloned repository
c) use a tool such as npm2debian[2] to create the debian/* artifacts and
commit them on the branch
d) publish all such generated packages in an unofficial apt repository
e) (optional) upload each package to mentors.debian.net for visual review

This would allow people to test the dependency graphs more quickly
before they do the more tedious effort of making sure each source
package is DFSG compatible, building debian/copyright and uploading it
to NEW.

Last year we investigated similar strategies for Java / Maven dependency
graphs, this was Andrew Schurman's GSoC project[3].  There is probably
some overlap in some of the automation that is required to do this at scale.

Has anybody else had similar thoughts?

Are there similar projects already?

1. http://bugs.debian.org/780357

2. https://www.npmjs.com/package/npm2debian

3. https://github.com/arcticwaters/dependency-builder
Debian FTP Masters | 3 Jul 14:22 2015
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