[Pkg-bluetooth-maintainers] python-bluez

Filippo Giunchedi filippo at esaurito.net
Wed Nov 9 18:19:52 UTC 2005

On Tue, Nov 08, 2005 at 08:11:08PM -0500, Albert Huang wrote:
> Hi all,

Hi Albert,

> I'd like to see python-bluez make it into Debian, and am willing to
> maintain/co-maintain it, but need some help with sponsorship and getting
> accustomed to doing things the debian way.

that's good! thanks for your interest

> Andres Salomon <dilinger at debian.org> has been kind enough to look over
> the packages I've put together and give me some advice, but he has been
> busy and it seems like this group is a better match.
> I'd appreciate it if someone could take a look at the packages I've put
> together and help me through the process.  I've put the latest files
> here:

I had a look at your packages, here are some notes: (in no particular order)

- your orig.tar.gz differs from upstream's (I know it yours anyway..but)
  8ee9c4918ca0988c7b0e894c2495eade  pybluez_0.3.orig.tar.gz
  30b432bc952677e68852c4c7c020070f  pybluez-src-0.3.tar.gz

- standars-version should be 3.6.2
- there's a typo in python-bluez Description:

 This package does not contain PyBluez itself, but simply depends on
 pythonX.Y-xmms where X.Y is the current Debian default Python version.  Unless

- remove your .ex files you don't use, they are just example
- there's python2.3-bluez.{docs,examples} (right) but there's no
- there's a lintian warning on binary packages:
W: python-bluez: old-fsf-address-in-copyright-file

thanks so far,
Filippo Giunchedi
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