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Re: debian directory included in upstream

also sprach Adrian von Bidder <avbidder@fortytwo.ch> [2005.04.12.2135 +0200]:
> I think having the debian/ directory in the upstream source makes
> sense if the packager works closely with the upstream author (or
> is the same), ideally the package maintainer should have write
> access to upstream's scm tool.  It is only problematic when
> upstream ships an outdated debian/ directory.

Sure, but there is no point in having ./debian available upstream.
It's backwards.

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