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Re: Elementary launchpad?
Launchpad is an open source website developed and maintained by Canonical.
Because it is open source, anybody can contribute - even you! If you have
issues with Launchpad, feel free to report bugs or contribute to the
GitHub would be harder for us because Launchpad gives us Ubuntu PPAs
integration and a build server that helps us ship our software much more
easily than with GitHub.
Regarding your question about packages for 64bits - Debian packaging will
only build 64bits packages if your application doesn't have any
64bits-specific code. Instead, what it does is make a 32bits package that
works on both architectures.
: Quoting 'codygarver' from #elementary-dev
On Tue, Apr 9, 2013 at 10:05 PM, dkotrada <dkotrada@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> work elementary together with launchpad developers? Launchpad is a mess.
> Doubled links bad structure. Terrible.
> "Link to branch" = "Configure series branch"
> Github was a lot easier.
> Why is launchpad building only 32 bit packages for my ppa? Anybody know?
> Do I need another 64 bit computer?
> @Cassidy https://bugs.launchpad.net/pomidor/+bug/1166030 fixed :)
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