Damien Raude-Morvan <email@example.com> (02/08/2008): > It has been uploaded to my personnal debian repository and maybe (and > _had been_, regarding Apache and FTP logs) installed by some debian > users. > > Using -1 for first Debian upload don't seems enforced by debian-policy > and I prefer keeping history of want has been uploaded to mentors and > to my personnal repository. Did you agree with that ? You could use some ~-esque version numbers for both what you upload to your personal repository and what you upload to mentors.debian.net, like ~mdn1, ~mdn2, etc. suffixes and ask the sponsor to strip it when uploading. The version number without any ~mdnN being greater than any previous version, which will help people upgrade if they used your personal repository. Mraw, KiBi.
Description: Digital signature