daniel at debian.org
Sat Aug 15 21:54:33 UTC 2009
Jacob Appelbaum wrote:
> The copyright file is correct with regard to (C) holders.
it's arguable if headers exceeds the threshold of originality and can be
claimed copyrightable, however, as joerg wants them included, please do so.
>> BTW - is the package really "Architecture: any" or is it "amd64 i386"?
> The software for talking to the scraper is plain C. The PXE/disk
> payloads are amd64 and i386. However, the payloads do not run on the
> machine where the package is installed. I thought that qualified as
> architecture 'any' for the package. Is this a mistake? A PPC machine
> should be able to use these programs and payloads just fine, their
> target machine has to fit a specific architecture...
yep, it's correct as it is; payloads on amd64/i386 only, the computation
programs to crunch on the data optained by the payloads are any.
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