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#568 fixed please use signed git tags Thomas Koch


I checked out mediagoblin from source and wanted to start testing. However before that I'd like to know who wrote the code. Therefor I'd be very nice, if you could sign your git tags with git tag -s (man git-tag).

Thank you!

#5505 fixed please remove me from mailing list admin wkahngreene

I helped set up the infrastructure for the MediaGoblin project in its early moments. Then later, I got super busy and ended up leaving the project.

Seems like most of my accounts are cleaned up (which is good), but the one thing that never got cleaned up is that I'm getting all the administrivia emails from the mediagoblin mailing list. This amounts to some 30+ emails a day. I get moderation queue notifications, administrivia, and bounceback emails from mailman sending an email saying an email was put in the moderator queue, but since the email isn't valid it bounces back.

I've asked a couple of times for someone to go through the mailing list admin pages and remove my email address (willg at bluesock dot org) over the years, but I'm still getting the email.

Can someone either go through the mailing list admin pages and remove my email address or give me the admin password so I can do it myself?

Thank you!

#569 wontfix please do not commit .jar files to git (closure-compiler) Thomas Koch


I found the closure-compiler jar in extlib/leaflet/lib/closure-compiler/compiler.jar. Is closure a hard dependency or could mediagoblin be built without it? closure is not packaged for Debian so it would make it even harder to get mediagoblin in Debian.

How do you plan to create a source only tarball if you commit .jar files to git? I'd propose to rely on closure-compiler being available and probably provide a two liner shell script to download and sha1sum the .jar file.

Regards, Thomas Koch

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