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is github's bugtracking system still elementary? I think it covers quite a lot now using Milestones+Labels+Issues? Eg you can nest multiple projects and have them reference the subproject.


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So the idea that Launchpad does not support formatting is only a myth... sort of. For the truly determined, http://www.panix.com/~eli/unicode/convert.cgi?text=Is+Jorge+Castro+a+Robot? Parenthesized ⒤⒮ ⒥⒪⒭⒢⒠ ⒞⒜⒮⒯⒭⒪ ⒜ ⒭⒪⒝⒪⒯? Circled Ⓘⓢ Ⓙⓞⓡⓖⓔ Ⓒⓐⓢⓣⓡⓞ ⓐ Ⓡⓞⓑⓞⓣ? Negative Circled 🅘🅢 🅙🅞🅡🅖🅔 🅒🅐🅢🅣🅡🅞 🅐 🅡🅞🅑🅞🅣? Squared 🄸🅂 🄹🄾🅁🄶🄴 ...


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Since grunt comes from npm, and since npm gets grunt from online, you won't be able to use grunt in a Launchpad build. You can either copy grunt and all of its dependencies into your package (which is likely to make your package cumbersome), or use something else that does the equivalent functionality, like the libcss-minifier-perl and ...


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Well, I entered the same bug site being logged out and I noticed that there is another button, which was not visible when I was logged in: "Nominate for series". Judging from its icon I suspect that it is what I am looking for. However, it appears that I do not have permissions to nominate this bug, so it does not appear when I am logged in.


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It seems that there is another link called "Nominate for release", which is supposed to be available for only bug administrators, according to this mailing list discussion and this bug report. Since neither of us are one, the best option is to leave a comment noting that it still affects 12.04.


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Signing the Ubuntu Code of Conduct The general signing procedure is described in Ubuntu's GnuPG how-to. It boils down to performing a clear-text signature of a text document: gpg --clearsign UbuntuCodeofConduct-2.0.txt Selecting a Specific Key for Signing To sign using a specific key, you need to tell GnuPG which one to use. From man gpg: ...


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Firstly, you don't compile a .sh file. What you need to do is create a Debian package for your program to upload to Launchpad PPAs. The packaging guide details all the steps in creating a package. You ultimately have to create the package from scratch and follow the guide to make sure you meet all the requirements. There may be simpler how-tos for ...



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