justin | 6 Feb 08:47 2012
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Commit signing in the overlay?

Hi all,

should we start commit signing like the kde [1] guys do in our overlay?

justin

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http://blogs.gentoo.org/alexxy/2012/02/05/git-commit-signing-in-kde-overlay/

Kacper Kowalik | 6 Feb 10:48 2012
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Re: Commit signing in the overlay?

On 06.02.2012 08:47, justin wrote:
> Hi all,
> 
> should we start commit signing like the kde [1] guys do in our overlay?
I just wanted to +1. We'll hopefully soon have it in main tree so it's
better to get use to it. Main advantage, besides being fancy, is that
it's backward compatible, so people without latest git/portage will just
not notice.
Cheers,
Kacper

Thomas Kahle | 6 Feb 12:42 2012
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Re: Commit signing in the overlay?

On 08:47 Mon 06 Feb 2012, justin wrote:
> Hi all,
> 
> should we start commit signing like the kde [1] guys do in our overlay?
> 
> justin
> 
> 
> 1
> http://blogs.gentoo.org/alexxy/2012/02/05/git-commit-signing-in-kde-overlay/

Generally +1, but the git-1.7.9 is not even keyworded yet... shall we
wait for one or two service releases?

Cheers,
Thomas

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Thomas Kahle | 6 Feb 15:57 2012
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sage-on-gentoo and science duplicates

Hi,

I've run the attached script to find duplicates of packages from
sage-on-gentoo in science.  The output was:

$ ./find-overlay-dups.sh
sci-chemistry/jmol
sci-libs/fplll
sci-libs/givaro
sci-libs/iml
sci-libs/m4ri
sci-libs/symmetrica
sci-mathematics/gap
sci-mathematics/polybori

What do people think about merging those versions in the science overlay
and removing them from sage-on-gentoo (or vice-versa)?  Probably in most
cases there are additional fixes in sage-on-gentoo that science users
could benefit from (or at least should hurt nobody)?

Cheers,
Thomas

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v_2e | 6 Feb 17:37 2012
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Re: sage-on-gentoo and science duplicates

  Hello!

On Mon, 6 Feb 2012 15:57:28 +0100
Thomas Kahle <tomka <at> gentoo.org> wrote:
> 
> What do people think about merging those versions in the science
> overlay and removing them from sage-on-gentoo (or vice-versa)?
> Probably in most cases there are additional fixes in sage-on-gentoo
> that science users could benefit from (or at least should hurt
> nobody)?
> 
  If so, what about merging the 'sage-on-gentoo' overlay into the
'science'?

  Vladimir

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fbissey | 6 Feb 22:32 2012
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Re: sage-on-gentoo and science duplicates

Quoting Thomas Kahle <tomka <at> gentoo.org>:

> Hi,
>
> I've run the attached script to find duplicates of packages from
> sage-on-gentoo in science.  The output was:
>
> $ ./find-overlay-dups.sh
> sci-chemistry/jmol
> sci-libs/fplll
> sci-libs/givaro
> sci-libs/iml
> sci-libs/m4ri
> sci-libs/symmetrica
> sci-mathematics/gap
> sci-mathematics/polybori
>
>
> What do people think about merging those versions in the science overlay
> and removing them from sage-on-gentoo (or vice-versa)?  Probably in most
> cases there are additional fixes in sage-on-gentoo that science users
> could benefit from (or at least should hurt nobody)?
>
Hi,

Since Christopher and I have access to the science overlay we should
do some clean up and synchronization.
Let's see case by case:
jmol, there are a few differences between mine and the science overlay,
jeffro and I are not in tune regarding EAPI and that's the main source of
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fbissey | 7 Feb 03:56 2012
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overlay down?

Is the Gentoo git infrastructure down?

I was trying to get paraview-3.12.0 in but I cannot connect.

Francois

Thomas Kahle | 7 Feb 11:20 2012
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Re: overlay down?

On 15:56 Tue 07 Feb 2012, fbissey <at> slingshot.co.nz wrote:
> Is the Gentoo git infrastructure down?
> 
> I was trying to get paraview-3.12.0 in but I cannot connect.

Still down.

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Burcin Erocal | 7 Feb 11:25 2012

Re: sage-on-gentoo and science duplicates

Hi Francois,

On Tue, 07 Feb 2012 10:32:15 +1300
fbissey <at> slingshot.co.nz wrote:

> fplll, givaro, iml, m4ri and polybori we are probably ahead. In fact
> we probably put them in science in the first place. symmetrica and
> gap we are probably ahead as well because I am not sure anyone else
> maintain them.

It might be better to synchronize with the singular ebuild in lmonade
as well. Alexander Dreyer added support for Singular's python interface:

https://bitbucket.org/burcin/lmnd-prefix/src/tip/sci-mathematics/singular/singular-3.1.3.3-r1.ebuild

Cheers,
Burcin

Thomas Kahle | 7 Feb 11:24 2012
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Re: sage-on-gentoo and science duplicates

On 10:32 Tue 07 Feb 2012, fbissey <at> slingshot.co.nz wrote:
> > I've run the attached script to find duplicates of packages from
> > sage-on-gentoo in science.  The output was:
> >
> > $ ./find-overlay-dups.sh
> > sci-chemistry/jmol
> > sci-libs/fplll
> > sci-libs/givaro
> > sci-libs/iml
> > sci-libs/m4ri
> > sci-libs/symmetrica
> > sci-mathematics/gap
> > sci-mathematics/polybori
> >
> >
> > What do people think about merging those versions in the science overlay
> > and removing them from sage-on-gentoo (or vice-versa)?  Probably in most
> > cases there are additional fixes in sage-on-gentoo that science users
> > could benefit from (or at least should hurt nobody)?
> 
> Since Christopher and I have access to the science overlay we should
> do some clean up and synchronization.
> Let's see case by case:
> jmol, there are a few differences between mine and the science overlay,
> jeffro and I are not in tune regarding EAPI and that's the main source of
> differences (last time I looked).
> fplll, givaro, iml, m4ri and polybori we are probably ahead. In fact we
> probably put them in science in the first place. symmetrica and gap we are
> probably ahead as well because I am not sure anyone else maintain them.
> 
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