Source package policy problem.
I am trying to make a source package of daemontools by Dan Bernstein. Since
there is no license for distributing the source, I have made my source
package an installer package. The only problem I have is the Debian .diff
file. Currently, I am generating the .diff file, the source .deb, and a
binary .deb from one source tree. My problem is this: Since there are no
redistribution terms on the source, I cannot upload the .orig.tar.gz file,
which will undoubtedly be referred to in the signed .dsc file. My only
options appear to be the following:
1) Make a separate source package that doesn't include the actual upstream
source. Copy the .diff.gz, .dsc and .changes manually to the other package
every time I make a new release.
2) Upload the current package, but without the .orig.tar.gz
My package can be found at http://flounder.net/debs/
Adam McKenna <email@example.com> <firstname.lastname@example.org>