Hello, I'm the maintainer of the pugs package. It features a large testsuite which is run when the package is built on the buildds. The informations generated by this testsuite (in form of html smoke reports) are really useful for upstream authors (that I belong to) to track down bugs, especially on unusual architectures. Therefor I'd like to automatically upload these results to http://smoke.pugscode.org after the packages are built on the buildds. Is it an acceptable behaviour of source packages to upload informations to various places without asking the user for permission like the polularity-contest package for example? Of course, it could be disabled by default and may be activated using environment hooks or other hacks. But that would prevent us from using the buildd results, that are produced anyway, to improve the quality of the upstream software. How should I proceed? Regards, Flo -- BOFH excuse #199: the curls in your keyboard cord are losing electricity.
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