Re: 2nd call for help
[ This is definitely not appropriate for debian-private ]
Zed Pobre <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Tomorrow, if nobody knows what's going on, I will bypass dupload and
> upload my packages and the associated .changes files to master
There's nothing wrong with that, I've never used dupload in my life,
yet I've uploaded more Mb's than most to master.
> The package is a binary-only package, released with no changes in
> source code.
Why is it going to contrib? Last time I checked packages without
source went in non-free, not contrib.
How did you generate this .changes file? It's hosed. Also it needs
to be PGP signed before dinstall will even consider it.
> Format: 1.5
> Date: Sat Mar 7 18:58:39 CST 1998
> Source: iraf-common
> Binary: iraf-common
> Architecture: i386
> Version: 2.11.1-1
> Distribution: unstable
> Priority: optional
> Urgency: low
> Maintainer: Zed Pobre <email@example.com>
> Description: IRAF - Common files/sources
> These are the IRAF support files common across all architectures.
> In theory, it should be possible to completely rebuild the entire IRAF
> binary system from these files. In practice, it may be a little more
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ < stuff is missing here
| iraf-common (2.11.1-1) unstable; urgency=low
| * Initial upload
^^ Something like that should be there
> Initial upload
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ <-- /me is malformed, delete me.
> [ rest okay ]