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Re: Documentation on handling of orig.tar.gz files for Developer's Reference or for Debian Policy

On Mon, Nov 01, 2004 at 01:47:02PM -0600, Manoj Srivastava wrote:
> On Mon, 1 Nov 2004 10:39:44 -0800, Chris Waters <xtifr@debian.org> said: 

> > I'm not at all sure how this rule would apply, for example, to my
> > own pilot-manager_1.107.0pre108.orig.tar.gz.  Everything in there is
> > from upstream's website, except my own note on how I put the pieces
> > together.  Do I need to remove that note?

> 	I think so, yes.

So in other words, I'm to be punished for my negligent maintaining of
the upstream website?  And all I need to do to satisfy your silly
complaint is to scp my note to the website somewhere?  Do I need to
provide a link anywhere?  How about if I simply add a link on the
upstream website to the tarball on Debian's servers?

Chris Waters           |  Pneumonoultra-        osis is too long
xtifr@debian.org       |  microscopicsilico-    to fit into a single
or xtifr@speakeasy.net |  volcaniconi-          standalone haiku

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