Hi all, Probably a week or two ago I contacted Lucas Nussbaum to ask him if he could run lintian on the results of his packages rebuild so they could be compared against the results from lintian.d.o to detect package changes (i.e. new or less lintian-detected issues). I have just started to compare the data and already found some package changes which I'll be posting some time soon. But my question is: how should we proceed? Here are the options (I can think about): * MBF based on the issues found (when lintian reports more issues on the rebuilt package)  . * Trigger binNMU's for the affected packages (when lintian reports less issues on the rebuilt package) . What does the, BCC'ed, RT think about this? and what do others think? Because some packages FTBFS, there are some missing build logs, and because there are some manpage warnings that are/not found either on lintian.d.o's results or the archive rebuild's results I can't even estimate the number of affected packages.  An example would be "ace-of-penguins": running lintian on the package from the archive only detects two issues, but on the rebuilt package it detects 24.  Haven't found any example of these, yet.  At least aboot's is missing, already notified Lucas. Cheers, -- Atomo64 - Raphael Please avoid sending me Word, PowerPoint or Excel attachments. See http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/no-word-attachments.html
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