Re: gnome-swallow_1.2-2_source.changes REJECTED
On 11/10/05, Peter Samuelson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> [Josselin Mouette]
> > I can't see the rationale for rejecting source uploads, and they used
> > to be accepted in the past.
> It's the first line of defense against people uploading things that
> don't build, wasting various infrastructure resources.
Shouldn't that be dealt with by having the infrastructure first deal
with packages that have already been build on other architectures?
> Perhaps what you need is for someone to set up an autobuilder queue
> that doesn't upload packages but just returns them to you somehow, with
> logs, so you can sign and upload yourself. Of course this autobuilder
> queue should be under control of Debian developers, lest we have
> another round of flames about uploading untrusted binaries.
I think it has been suggested before to simply route the uploaded
binaries to /dev/null and rebuild anyway.