Hi Christian, I had a quick look at your package, and here are some remarks. First, the project's page mention the following: "This project is used to develop the honeypot. Do not use this code to install a honeypot unless you are interested in helping development." I wonder if such a program can enter the Debian archive. Maybe a DD could give his opinion about that? About the packaging itself, I think you could use debhelper 8 and simplify debian/rules. debian/source/format: There is an extra blank line, I don't know if it is disturbing or not. debian/README.debian should be debian/README.Debian. debian/manpages/webhoneypot.1: -Please see /usr/share/doc/webhoneypot/README.debian for details. +Please see /usr/share/doc/webhoneypot/README.Debian for details. debian/copyright: * Consider updating to the last DEP-5 format (there is a lot of changes since r135). * The "Licence" field should include the GPL copyright notice header. * You should mention the copyright and license information for the packaging files with a section "Files: debian/*". debian/patches/debian-changes-0.1.r123-1: I think you should split this into several patches and document what each patch is for, preferably using the DEP-3 format. Hope this helps, Matteo
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