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python-osd (adopted package)

Hello there,
I recently adopted the python module python-osd, i could say that i've
already finished the work needed but i have a couple of question
The "source" package is lintian clean, but when i do the .deb file i
get this warnings from lintian:
python-osd: script-not-executable
This file starts with the #! sequence that marks interpreted scripts,
but this is not executable
python-osd: arch-independent-package-contains-binary-or-object
The package contains a binary or object file but is tagged
'Architecture: all'.

With the 1st lintian warning, what should i do? just leave it? or
should i fix this with debian/rules?
The last version of this package (0.2.12-1.2) had the same warning so
i think that i should just leave it, but any recomendations will be

With the 2nd lintian warning, i had to fix some mistakes i found on
the debian/control file,
such as 'Architecture: any' i changed that to all, (the prev version
didn't had this error because the arch wasn't "all")
So again, what should i do with this?

Btw, i'm already working on the 0.2.14 (upstream version, and i dont
really know why it wasnt updated before since this version is from
the previous version used python 2.3 and python 2.4, but now i just
use 'current' which is python 2.4
Should i use python 2.4 and 2.5, leave with 2.3 and 2.4 or just use 2.4?

I'll upload this package to mentors.debian.net later or tomorrow if
anybody wants to check this package by yourself

Any recomendations is welcome :)


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