[Pkg-salt-team] salt_0.17.1+dfsg-1_source+amd64.changes REJECTED

Joe Healy joehealy at gmail.com
Tue Oct 29 04:54:03 UTC 2013

I've just checked what I think should have been uploaded and am a
little puzzled.
Are we looking at the same files?

0.17.0 was rejected legitimatly a couple of weeks ago for these issues
and I dealt with these in 0.17.1+dfsg-1.

The missing files were added to the copyright file, also a number of
non DFSG files (fonts) were removed. I've also temporarily removed the
minified js files till I work with upstream to get the originals

Looking at your file list, there is 0.17.0 in the path. Could they
have been mixed up somehow?

The package I wanted to upload is available at:


with a changes file at:


Thanks for your assistance.


On Tue, Oct 29, 2013 at 3:46 PM, Joe Healy <joehealy at gmail.com> wrote:
> Apologies there - I thought I fixed these already.
> I'll check and re-upload asap.
> Apologies and thanks.
> Joe
> On Tue, Oct 29, 2013 at 3:00 PM, Paul Richards Tagliamonte
> <ftpmaster at ftp-master.debian.org> wrote:
>> Howdy maintainer,
>> A ftptrainee caught the following errors with the package - together, it
>> seems like this is best addressed with a reject + reupload
>> be sure to email me when you re-dput so I can process it right away.
>> salt-0.17.0\doc\_ext\youtube.py has license that is not mentioned in debian/copyright
>> I found no place where all *.min.(js|css) will be created from the original,
>>   so I don't know whether they are identical.
>> salt-0.17.0\doc\_themes\saltstack\static\js\vendor\modernizr-2.6.2-respond-1.1.0.min.js
>>   has license MIT & BSD (not mentioned in debian/copyright) and no original version available
>> Is in the source and not mentioned in debian/copyright:
>>  * jQuery JavaScript Library v1.9.1
>>  * Copyright 2005, 2012 jQuery Foundation, Inc. and other contributors
>>  * Released under the MIT license
>>  * http://jquery.org/license
>> This embedded js library is used instead of the Debian version.
>> This is not mentioned in debian/copyright:
>> # The pam components have been modified to be salty and have been taken from
>> # the pam module under this licence:
>> # (c) 2007 Chris AtLee <chris at atlee.ca>
>> # Licensed under the MIT license:
>> # http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php
>> salt-0.17.0/salt/utils/ipaddr.py:# Copyright 2007 Google Inc. <- PSF but not mentioned in debian/copyright
>> Thanks so much!
>>    Paul
>> ===
>> Please feel free to respond to this email if you don't understand why
>> your files were rejected, or if you upload new files which address our
>> concerns.

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