Re: icc-profiles_2.2_source.changes REJECTED
On Fri, Feb 24, 2023 at 7:38 AM Jonas Smedegaard <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> What to do when a package is blocked from getting updated due to it
> being itself?
> I have tried replying to FTPmasters as invited in the rejection message,
> but have been met with silence.
> I have tried filing bug#1030961 but have so far seen no response on that
> Will it make sense to reassing that bugreport to the technical
> committee? Or to the release team? Or should I request removal of the
> package, because security bugfixes (however unlikely for a package
> containing purely static data files) is impossible?
> - Jonas
> Quoting Debian FTP Masters (2023-02-09 04:19:39)
> > icc-profiles source: lintian output: 'license-problem-md5sum-non-free-file ECI-RGB.V1.0.icc usual name is ECI-RGB.V1.0.icc. Does not allow modification See also https://packages.debian.org/sid/icc-profiles.', automatically rejected package.
> > icc-profiles source: lintian output: 'source-only-upload-to-non-free-without-autobuild ', automatically rejected package.
> > icc-profiles source: If you have a good reason, you may override this lintian tag.
It's auto rejected. So I think it can be technically solved.
For license-problem-md5sum-non-free-file, it's obviously a false
positive from lintian. It should not emit such if the source is the
non-free section. It should be reported as a bug for the lintian
package. And you can submit patches as well, backport to the version
that ftp-master server uses.
For source-only-upload-to-non-free-without-autobuild, it's really a
bug in your upload. You should fix it.