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Bug#943419: RFA: python-requests-toolbelt -- Utility belt for advanced users of python-requests
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Ross Gammon
2019-10-24 16:40:01 UTC
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Package: wnpp
Severity: normal

We request an adopter for the python-requests-toolbelt package.

The package description is:
Collection of utilities for python-requests
It provides transport adapters: FingerprintAdapter, SSLAdapter,
SourceAddressAdapter, SocketOptionsAdapter, TCPKeepAliveAdapter

Petter and I both no longer have need for the package as it was package as a
dependency for creepy which is no longer in the archive.

It has picked up a few other reverse dependencies since though, so the package
is used.

The old Alioth git repository can be found archived here:
https://alioth-archive.debian.org/git/collab-maint/

It could be a good package for a new-comer to pick up. Perhaps as part of the
Debian Python Modules Team?

Regards,

Ross Gammon
Håvard Flaget Aasen
2019-10-29 06:50:01 UTC
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Hello

I am wondering if i can adopt the package? I do not use the package, so
the maintenance of it is mostly a learning experience for me. But also
to give something back to the community.

I have no prior experience in packaging in Debian, but i think this
package could work well as a starting point.

If not, I can make a NMU package and upload instead.


Regards,

H??vard
Petter Reinholdtsen
2019-11-08 19:50:01 UTC
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Hello,
I am wondering if i am allowed to upload new package of
python-requests-toolbelt. I have prepared a NMU upload.
I take it from what I see in
<URL: https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=943419 >, you
are not aware that sending email to ***@bugs.debian.org do not reach
the requestor. :)

It is probably better to adapt it, and join the #debian-python IRC
channel and the python team to learn more how to maintain python
packages in Debian. :)

NMU is probably a waste if you instead can adapt it. :)
--
Happy hacking
Petter Reinholdtsen
Emmanuel Arias
2019-11-17 15:50:01 UTC
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Hello,

I am interest on work on python-requests-toolbelt too

Håvard: do you need some help?

Like say Petter, I think that would be better if
python-requests-toolbelt could be
stay in DPMT :D

Please, let me know if need some help.


Cheers,
Arias Emmanuel
@eamanu
http://eamanu.com

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