2011/6/29 Nelson A. de Oliveira <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Hi, and thank you so much for taking a look at my package. I have not had the time to go through this mail before now.
But I've finally managed to go through it and fix all the things you mentioned.
P: mactelnet-client: no-upstream-changelog
P: mactelnet-server: no-upstream-changelog
Would be good to have an upstream changelog installed (and distributed
in mactelnet's source too)
is a "git log > Changelog" good enough?
In debian/rules, you can remove the commented Vcs-*
Thought about adding the collab-maint alioth vcs here. Someone tipsed me that I should add the debian changes to a public vcs.
Is this a bad idea?
You also have "linux-any". Can't it be compiled and run in other archs
Correct. It depends on netlink for listing interfaces/MAC-addresses/ips etc.
The shord description should start with a lowercase character too
It's also better to use https://github.com/haakonnessjoen/MAC-Telnet
as the Homepage (instead /downloads)
In debian/docs, README.markdown should be installed as "README" only
Any tips on how I would work this out without changing it upstream?