what if upstream provides debian build directory
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What is Debian's policy, if upstream provides its own debian directory
or package build procedure? Is upstream always right?
Does or should this source package become a "native" package? How do I
What if upstream's package sets conflict with Debian's packages, and
I want to install upstream's packages? Is it the DM's responsibility
to avoid this conflict or to preserve compatibility? Famous example
for this would be the Linux kernel sources.
Of course I checked Debian's Policy Manual, but AFAICS this subject
has been successfully ignored by now. Any helpful comment would be
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