Please review the draft for December's report
leo at LeoWandersleb.de
Mon Jan 4 16:26:41 UTC 2021
sorry for reply to wrong thread before and re-post now:
> Last month we reported on a fork of the official German Corona App
> called Corona Warn App. Since then, the application is now available
> on the F-Droid free-software app store (without integration with
> Google-operated services). However, the version on /F-Droid/ also
> supports reproducible builds, and instructions on how to rebuild the
> package are available from the upstream Git repository. (FSFE’s
could be more clear. I'm confused. Is this a working Corona App or is in
incompatible with the "official" one? If not, it's kind of not good news for
reproducible builds so this detail matters.
Also the first sentence is not sufficiently clear about whether the link is to
the upstream repo or to the fork repo.
> In Debian, Holger Levsen uploaded 540 packages ...
I sort of get what this paragraph means I think ... Maybe this could be dumbed
down a bit,
especially as the in-depth links are there.
On 1/3/21 8:32 AM, Chris Lamb wrote:
> Hi all,
> Please review the draft for December's Reproducible Builds report:
> … or, via the Git repository itself:
> I intend to publish it no earlier than:
> $ date -d 'Tue, 05 Jan 2021 15:00:00 +0000'
> Please feel free and commit/push to drafts without the overhead of
> sending patches or merge requests. You should make your changes to the
> "_reports/2020-12.md" file in the "reproducible-website" repository:
> $ git clone https://salsa.debian.org/reproducible-builds/reproducible-website
> $ cd reproducible-website
> $ sensible-editor _reports/2020-12.md
> I am happy to reword and/or rework additions prior to publishing. If you
> currently do not have access to the above repository, you can request access
> by following the instructions at:
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