[Pkg-crosswire-devel] SWORD 1.5.11-1 now really in Debian experimental -- time for a second Bibletime upload attempt?
Roberto C. Sánchez
roberto at connexer.com
Tue Apr 14 13:56:06 BST 2009
On Mon, Apr 13, 2009 at 08:29:08PM -0700, Jonathan Marsden wrote:
> Now that sword-1.5.11-1 seems to be fully accepted into Debian
> experimental, could you re-try building the bibletime 2.0~alpha3 package
> against that, and (assuming it builds fine) upload it into experimental
> also for us? The same goes for the xiphos 3.0.1 package that Dmitry
> recently RFSed, of course.
Did you want to tighten up the build-dependency on libsword-dev before I
build and upload it?
As far as xiphos, I can take care of that on.
> One further question: for future uploads to Debian of source packages
> we've already had accepted (such as a fixed bibledit that is really
> really truly lintian-clean even on sid), do I still need to get them to
> you, and let you know, so you can check them over before uploading, or
> can I now use dput to upload them myself, since my name is in the
> "Uploaders:" field? I'm not really sure exactly what the "Uploaders:"
> field does... it doesn't seem to exist in Ubuntu :) Debian Policy says
> it lists co-maintainers, but doesn't really seem to specify what
> co-maintainers can or cannot do.
Your uploads are only accepted if one of the following two conditions
1. you are a Debian Developer with a key in the Debian keyring
2. you are a Debian Maintainer with a key in the Debian Maintainer
keyring and the package has the the DM-Upload-Allowed header set to
yes in debian/control
Otherwise, the upload must still be sponsored (which I am happy to do).
If you are able to upload it yourself, then you still need to run it
through lintian, debdiff it against the previously uploaded version, run
it through piuparts, and so on.
Roberto C. Sánchez
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