I’m wondering if it shouldn’t be calld “wazo-apt-source” instead, but I can’t find any example of this. I’m having a hard time understanding the lintian rule and determine it it applies to us or if we should ignore it…
Actually, all Debian derivatives I can find create their own keyring packages, as they should (see the derivatives guidelines):
Linux Mint: linuxmint-keyring
So IMHO, we should have wazo-keyring and ignore the lintian warning, because I think it was designed to be relevant only to official Debian packages.
can we agree to rename it to wazo-keyring before releasing?
I’ll try to do it on Monday
For records: the package has been renamed to wazo-keyring by and I did the code review