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RFS: spotweb (new version)

Dear mentors,

I've just uploaded an update to the spotweb package. Here is the Debian
  * Complete i18n of spotweb.templates, spotweb.templated now completely
in English, added nl.po
  * Added VCS fields to control file
  * Added (almost) empty watch file to quiet lintian. Upstream does not
have any releases yet, only git commits.
  * Removed quilt dependency since the package is source format 3.0 (quilt)

The one thing lintian -iI --pedantic complains about now is the absence of
an upstream changelog. The only way to make one would be to include the
output of git log, which is over 15k lines ;-(.

The new .dsc is at
Package URL: http://mentors.debian.net/package/spotweb
Original RFS appended below.

Looking forward to your comments,


> I am looking for a sponsor for my package "spotweb".
>  * Package name    : spotweb
>    Version         : 0~20110818+git9fcd44c4-1~pre1
>    Upstream Author : Spotweb <spotweb@github.com>
>    URL             : http://github.com/spotweb/spotweb
>  * License         : BSD-3-clause, some parts  GPL, LGPL, MIT and Apache-2
>    Programming Lang: PHP
>    Section         : web
> Description     : Web application to search and filter usenet spots
> Spotweb is a web-based version of SpotNet. Spotweb downloads spot posting
> from Usenet, that contain information about uploaded binaries. Spotweb
> allows you to search, filter and view the spots and comments. It
> integrates with NZB downloaders such as NZBGet and sabnzb+ to download the
> binaries from Usenet.
> To access further information about this package, please visit the
> following URL:
>   http://mentors.debian.net/package/spotweb
> Alternatively, one can download the package with dget using this command:
>   dget -x
> http://mentors.debian.net/debian/pool/main/s/spotweb/spotweb_0~20110818+git9fcd44c4-1~pre1.dsc
> The package uses CDBS (although not heavily, could be easily translated to
> dh), dbconfig-common to configure the database and some debconf to
> configure the news server settings.
> The packaging is maintained in git (with a git upstream from github).
> I would be glad with any comments on this package to help get it ready for
> inclusion in Debian.
> Kind regards,
> Jan-Pascal

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