[Debian-med-packaging] r-cran-epir_0.9-22-1_amd64.changes REJECTED
tille at debian.org
Mon Jan 25 22:23:47 UTC 2010
On Mon, Jan 25, 2010 at 09:29:30PM +0000, Torsten Werner wrote:
> * doc/epiR.pdf has not corresponding source files to recreate it at build time.
I verified the issue of the PDF with upstream before I uploaded.
Please read below.
If this is not sufficient please tell me what I should explicitely
write in the copyright file. R has a complex system of building
the documentation from the source. The PDF can be generated from
the source but it is not actually done in the build process.
Please tell me what you want me to do to clarify this issue.
From: 'Andreas Tille' [mailto:andreas at an3as.eu]
Sent: Friday, 20 November 2009 6:57 p.m.
To: Mark Stevenson
Subject: Re: Packaging EpiR for Debian
On Fri, Nov 20, 2009 at 09:08:20AM +1200, Mark Stevenson wrote:
> Thanks for the email Andreas,
> No copyright issues for the documentation for the epiR package - do
> you have to do to get it up and running.
Thenks for the permission and clarification.
Would you consider also publishing the source of the PDF in the next
[MS] The 'source' of the PDF is derived from each of the HTML help pages, so
if you have them you're OK. Yes?
Our FtpMaster often always claims this is binary without source (even if
people might use PDF editors to create their documents).
> Best of luck with the project. I'll have a good look at the web page.
Thanks. In case you know something which is missing just drop us
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