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Re: Remaining TODOs to finish migration from CVS to Git


Boruch, can you proceed the negotiations with MELPA?  I do not have
enough time because I am so busy to overcome the end of the fiscal year
(in Japan, March is the end of the fiscal year).

>> On Wed, 30 Jan 2019 14:39:21 -0500
>> boruch_baum@xxxxxxx (Boruch Baum) said as follows:

>> Second, I think that we should notify this migration to the projects
>> which depends on our CVS repository, such as MELPA.  If you have any
>> information about such projects, please let me know.

>MELPA had been pulling its version of emacs-w3m from a github repository
>at https://github.com/emacsorphanage/w3m . That repository does not have
>an 'issue' handler configured, but I was able to find an email for the
>repsitory's owner, who seems to be Jonas Bernoulli <jonas@xxxxxxxxxx>.

>I wrote him an e-mail to tell him about the current events of the
>project and to invite him to comment and get involved, specifically
>mentioning the MELPA integration. I gave him your email address in
>addition to the mailing list address. Since he presumably is quite
>experience with MELPA recipes (that's what they call it), he could
>simply change the pointer to the new official repo. If you want, you as
>project leader could submit a pull request to MELPA directly. I've done
>it twice, and its a minor thing. The MELPA repository that needs to be
>cloned is at https://github.com/melpa/melpa , and the file that needs to
>be changed is at https://github.com/melpa/melpa/blob/master/recipes/w3m
>. It seems that all that needs to be done is
>s?emacsorphanage/w3m?emacs-w3m/emacs-w3m? .

TSUCHIYA Masatoshi