Hi Ole & All,
Sorry I missed your earlier email, I moved to Germany this summer and getting things settled had me very busy for the last few months. I've been building the debian package on my workstation at my former university, I'm going to move it to a VPS I've set up and try automating the build process a bit more so that it won't rely on my free time quite as much. I'm going to try and fix these bugs this week, I'll update you Friday about what I'm able to get done. Thanks for the patience!
On Tue, Sep 12, 2017 at 8:24 AM, Ole Streicher email@example.com wrote:
Dear yt developers,
as you may know, yt has an official Debian package, and is delivered with our current stable version:
The current version, however, needs some love: we don't have the newest version; the current one (3.3.3) fails to build with the current Cython version, and it does not build anymore on many of our platforms. It has now three release critical bugs:
I already tried to contact Ben for this, but did not get a response. The package seems to be popular, and it is used by a number of people, so it would be great if we could bring it back into a good shape.