Monthly Archives: April 2013

Jenkins: building debian packages after a “git push” (my 2cents of a howto)

The below is written in the hope it will be helpful for my fellow DDs. Why using “build after push”? Simple answer: to save time, to always use a clean build environment, to automate more tests. Real answer: because you are lazy, and tired of always having to type these build commands, and that watching […]

Git packaging workflow

Seeing what has been posted recently in planet.d.o, I would like to share as well my thoughts and work-flow, and tell that I do agree with Joey Hess on many of his arguments. Especially when he tells that Debian fetishises upstream tarballs. We’re in 2013, at the age of Internet, and more and more upstream […]