Re: RFS: kboot-utils -- needed for d-i to complete on PS3
Antonio Ospite <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I packaged kboot-utils (Helper tools to generate a kboot.conf file) for
> debian, and I'd like to ask if someone can *review* the package and
> maybe eventually sponsor me for upload to the main archive.
While I can't sponsor you, I did have a quick glance over the packaging,
and would have a few comments:
* lintian reports
Lintian in Sid does report a few issues with the packaging, such as:
P: kboot-utils source: unversioned-copyright-format-uri http://dep.debian.net/deps/dep5
P: kboot-utils: copyright-refers-to-symlink-license usr/share/common-licenses/GPL
I would also extend the copyright file so that the GPL-3+ license block
contains more than just a pointer to the GPL-3. (See the "How to apply
these terms to your new programs" section of the GPL).
You install the README file, but is that really neccessary? It doesn't
add anything over the package's long description, as far as I see.
While the rules file is exactly the same as the sample, I'd still
suggest removing the comments about the file being a sample. After all,
it is used in a package that's targeted for Debian - it's real, live,
production ready and so on and so forth - not a sample anymore, even if
it's pretty much three lines total.
Other than these little cosmetic issues, I didn't find anything else
that'd be suspicious as far as packaging is concerned.