I'm not a Debian Developer, so I don't have access to upload this, but
here's some feedback that you can use to improve it before someone does:
wrap-and-sort is a really great tool for automatically sorting
debian/control files, I would highly suggest updating your packaging
with it. Also, there's a lot of whitespace in debian/control (and some
in debian/changelog etc.) that needs cleaning.
You haven't mentioned a Git repository anywhere, but I suggest you
create one, as it will really make your life a lot easier. I have access
to collab-maint if you would like me to push your Git repository, but a
Git repository needs to exist before I can do that. :)
I suggest using git-buildpackage to create your repository.
I would suggest shortening the descriptions for the packages in
debian/control but that could just be my personal preference...
Standards-version 4.0.0 was released, you should probably update your
package to use that.
Your debian/rules file looks a bit peculiar, so I'll leave that for a
more experienced packager to leave feedback on.
Your debian/watch file could probably be updated to version 4.
What's the reasoning for debian/upstream/signing-key.pgp ?
I see jquery.js in the files that are installed in the package. I'm not
a Debian Archive Administrator by any degree, but I believe shipping
that sort of thing goes against Debian Policy. Feel free to correct me
if I'm wrong, though.
Shipping an executable called "run" or "run-gui" seems a bit weird to
me, as running those applications would be executing "run" in a terminal...
Once those things are dealt with, in my opinion, it should be ready to
Thank you for your efforts!
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