Juan Angulo Moreno <email@example.com> (21/01/2009): > http://mentors.debian.net/debian/pool/main/a/anyremote/anyremote_4.15-1.dsc Here we go, based on the source package only: - debian/anyremote-doc.docs: + Extra newline (cosmetic, doesn't hurt) - debian/control: + I don't think anyremote-doc should depend on anyremote. One can browse its documentation without having the anyremote binary installed, no? + Both long descriptions could be rewrapped (see e.g. 2 lines that are ~ 20-character wide). + You could use a slightly different long description for anyremote-doc, saying it contains documentation. - debian/copyright: + See the source diff, the author now writes his full first name, I'd suggest you do the same there. + “Copyright (C)” is OK, but “(C)” alone isn't. You need one of those: “Copyright”, “Copr.”, “©” for your packaging.  + Missing year bump? (e.g. © 2008-2009) - debian/rules: + I'm usually not using ifneq/endif statements, so that I'm sure the build breaks if autotools-dev isn't installed (e.g. it's not mentioned in Build-Depends). Not updating those means possible portability issues on some platforms, so it's better to know. + The distclean line is prefixed with an hyphen, which means it can fail without the build failing, which is bad. Removing the hyphen would do the trick. - debian/watch: + Strange line. What about: http://sf.net/anyremote/anyremote-([0-9.]+)\.tar\.gz  Caught by lintian, too: | I: anyremote-doc: copyright-with-old-dh-make-debian-copyright | I: anyremote: copyright-with-old-dh-make-debian-copyright Mraw, KiBi.
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