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Re: new package review: libunicode-stringprep-perl

On Fri, 2012-06-22 at 12:19 +0200, gregor herrmann wrote:
> On Thu, 21 Jun 2012 22:27:59 -0700, Ioan Rogers wrote:
> > I've just committed a new package to
> > pkg-perl/libunicode-stringprep-perl.git
> > 
> > Other than forgetting to CC the ITP (#678478) to this list, I think I
> > performed all the required steps. Could somebody review it for me,
> > please?
> Done, and some simple TODO items noted in debian/changelog.

I just have a few questions on the TODO:

* For the upstream copyright years, the latest release is 2011, but the
the module itself says 2007-2009. I assume it's okay to put 2007-2011?

* Is there and benefit in depending on the minimum module-build/perl
version if those versions predate wheezy? (this would also apply to my
using debhelper 8 rather than 9). Backports, I guess?

> There's only one thing that makes me a bit uneasy: The license terms
> of t/nameprep*. At a first quick reading I'm not convinced this is
> DFSG-free (is modification allowed?).
> Maybe someone else could take a look at this, too.

[Answered this issue separately]



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