2013/4/11 Gianluca email@example.com:
I need the "unstable" repository of Debian because I've just realized that a lot of Debian users tend to use the "unstable" version :-S That's strange to me... maybe this impression arise from the fact the majority of people that will use my packages use Debian "unstable" :-S
Just a clarification, Debian developers usually build packages against unstable suite, then after few days (usually 10d) in unstable, packages migrate to testing. Currently Debian is frozen, so unstable is pretty much kept in sync with testing and testing updates (for release bug fixes) go in via unstable repository. So, developers are using now experimental to build their latest package versions, while waiting on the release (which BTW is taking insane amount of time). I have not tried to use experimental suite in OBS, but it might also be interesting to add.
Gianluca firstname.lastname@example.org Thu, 11 Apr 2013 10:25:22 +0300:
Hello. Would you like to become a maintainer of non-released Debian at OBS? ;) There is only Arch Linux support now at OBS, but it is broken because of qt package renaming. Non-released distos have to be maintained frequently.
I would be interested to support non-released Debian at OBS. Could you please expand what is needed to do? BTW, I have a local instance of OBS and I use download on demand methods to be able to build packages against that distro.
Regards, Hector Oron