Re: RFS: sshproxy
OoO En ce début d'après-midi nuageux du samedi 20 janvier 2007, vers
14:52, Thijs Kinkhorst <email@example.com> disait:
>> The package is almost lintian free. I have put an override for INSTALL
>> which contains post-setup instructions.
> Maybe it makes sense to move these instructions to a file called
> README.Debian for example, because the naming of "INSTALL" doesn't make
> it clear that it contains things other than installation
I have put a simple README.Debian with the URL of the documentation. I
have discovered that the INSTALL file was outdated...
>> And it is compiled as a native package but numbered as a non native
>> package. In fact, the author quickly incorporate the changes I do
>> on the debian package into the upstream source. Therefore, I am not
>> sure if I have to make this a native package or not.
> Please do not make it a native package. The author might incorporate
> things now but this may not happen in the future. Someone NMU'ing the
> package probably does not have contact with the upstream maintainer.
> What advantage do you have to make it native anyway?
> I think this is a good rule:
> If the source is published outside of Debian,
> do not make a native package.
OK, I have done another upload as a non-native package.
panic("kmem_cache_init(): Offsets are wrong - I've been messed with!");