Re: RFS: jhove (Fixes RC bug; pkg-java not maintainer, 2nd attempt)
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Niels Thykier wrote:
> Niels Thykier wrote:
>> I am looking for a sponsor jhove (1.4+dfsg-1) - this package only lists=
>> the team as Uploader and not Maintainer; I have tried to reach the
>> maintainer (Jeff "jab" Breidenbach) for the past 14 days (via 2
>> emails) with no luck. To the best of my knowledge Jeff is not
>> (considered) MIA at the current time.
>> If you feel some of the changes are "too intrusive" I do not mind
>> undoing them or even reducing this to a regular NMU-like change (as in
>> RC-fixes only).
>> Here is the lastest changelog entry:
>> jhove (1.4+dfsg-1) unstable; urgency=3Dlow
>> [ Barry deFreese ]
>> * New upstream release.
>> * Repack tarball to remove upstream .jar files.
>> * Use default-* instead of sun-java5-*. (Closes: #546512).
>> * Set javac to 1.5 on build.
>> * Add quilt patch system.
>> + Move inline changes to quilt patches.
>> + Add README.source for quilt patching system.
>> * Move default-jdk to Build-Depends-Indep.
>> * Package is arch: all so move dh commands to binary-indep.
>> * Remove empty /usr/sbin dir.
>> * Add Homepage.
>> * Add watch file.
>> * Bump debhelper build-dep and compat to 7.
>> * Bump Standards Version to 3.8.3.
>> [ Niels Thykier ]
>> * Cleaned debian/rules.
>> - Used debhelper consistently through out the build.
>> * Removed 03_htmlstack.diff - it was not used anymore.
>> * Made debian/copyright refer to LGPL-2.1 rather than the
>> versionless symlink.
>> * Registered the java-doc with doc-base.
>> * Updated the remaining patches.
>> - Added a short description.
>> - Made the affected shell scripts properly quote arguments.
>> -- Debian Java Maintainers
>> <email@example.com> Thu, 19 Nov 2009
>> 19:48:03 +0100
>> The package can be fetched via dget from:
>> Since I was unsure whether it was acceptable to upload this to our SVN =
>> have refrained from doing so.
>> Thank you in advance,
>>  Jeff Breidenbach <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>  strictly speaking I have "undone" the commit; I did not notice it
>> was not a public package at first.