On Sunday 24 August 2008 16:23:55 Jonathan Wiltshire wrote: Hello, > > Probably I wasn't clear enough with my previous message, but I now see > > that I wrote "1.0.0-2 or 1.0.0-1 in your debian/changelog". So, in a > > package version like A.B.C-X.Y, in the second part (the debian revision) > > `.Y' is reserved for NMU's, so you want a non-NMU version like A.B.C-X or > > replaceit_1.0.0-2. > > It's now correct (I think) and available at >http://mentors.debian.net/debian/pool/main/r/replaceit/replaceit_1.0.0-2.dsc. Okay, uploaded, thanks for your patience. This will go through Debian NEW queue  which will take some time. I dared to change your last debian/changelog entry (I hope it is ok with you) from: * Incremented version correctly (no longer NMU) to: * Incremented version correctly (no longer non-maintainer version) since lintian was trying to be too smart, but was wrong to complain for: W: replaceit source: changelog-should-not-mention-nmu N: N: The first line of the changelog entry for this package appears to N: indicate it is a non-maintainer upload (by including either that N: string or the string "NMU" and not saying that it's an N: acknowledgement), but the changelog indicates the person making this N: release is one of the maintainers. N: N: If this was intended to be an NMU, do not add yourself as a maintainer N: or uploader. Otherwise, please rephrase your changelog entry to not N: cause confusion. N: not a big deal though, but it was your `NMU' string which made lintian to consider it as an incorrect NMU. That is not your fault of course since it was mentioned in a completely different context. I don't think that lintian needs some more logic to be injected, since a simple rephrase for that changelog entry is completely in order and easy to do. > I think I worked out what happened: I don't have the correct email in > DEBEMAIL so dch used my local address, and I didn't spot it. Exactly.  http://ftp-master.debian.org/new.html -- pub 4096R/0E4BD0AB 2003-03-18 <people.fccf.net/danchev/key pgp.mit.edu>
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