Jean-Philippe MENGUAL <email@example.com> writes:
> you'll find a new Debian package, with all needed. I would like to add
> it to Debian.
E: speechd-up: arch-independent-package-contains-binary-or-object usr/bin/speechd-up
W: speechd-up: latest-debian-changelog-entry-without-new-version
W: speechd-up: wrong-bug-number-in-closes l89:#nnnn
E: speechd-up: helper-templates-in-copyright
E: speechd-up: copyright-contains-dh_make-todo-boilerplate
E: speechd-up: description-starts-with-package-name
E: speechd-up: package-contains-info-dir-file usr/share/info/dir.gz
E: speechd-up: init.d-script-missing-dependency-on-remote_fs etc/init.d/speechd-up: required-start
E: speechd-up: init.d-script-missing-dependency-on-remote_fs etc/init.d/speechd-up: required-stop
W: speechd-up: binary-without-manpage usr/bin/speechd-up
lintian is your friend.
You need to fix all the errors at least.
Ideally, the package should be lintian-clean, if you are trying to find
> Finally, note that's an ubuntu package base I debianized to be cleaner
> (in copyright, rules, etc.).
I am trying to decide if the implications of this sentence are
hilariously funny or saddeningly serious :-).
- From: Jean-Philippe MENGUAL <firstname.lastname@example.org>