Hi Calvin, On Fri, 2010-10-29 at 17:48 +0800, Calvin Ngei wrote: > I use dput to upload my package to ppa, but always get a email reply > informing me that my upload has been rejected: > > PPA uploads must be signed by an Ubuntu Code of Conduct signer. > > $dput my-ppa wine_1.3.5-1~cjk_source.changes > Checking Signature on .changes > gpg: Signature made Fri 29 Oct 2010 05:19:20 PM HKT using RSA key ID > 8DD564D0 > gpg: Good signature from "Calvin Ngei (Calvin Ngei's ppa sign) > <calvin.ngei@xxxxxxxxx>" > Good signature on /home/pollen/wine/wine_1.3.5-1~cjk_source.changes. > Checking Signature on .dsc > gpg: Signature made Fri 29 Oct 2010 05:19:11 PM HKT using RSA key ID > 8DD564D0 > gpg: Good signature from "Calvin Ngei (Calvin Ngei's ppa sign) > <calvin.ngei@xxxxxxxxx>" > Good signature on /home/pollen/wine/wine_1.3.5-1~cjk.dsc. > Package includes an .orig.tar.gz file although the debian revision > suggests > that it might not be required. Multiple uploads of the .orig.tar.gz > may be > rejected by the upload queue management software. > Uploading to my-ppa (via ftp to ppa.launchpad.net): > wine_1.3.5-1~cjk.dsc: done. > wine_1.3.5.orig.tar.gz: done. > wine_1.3.5-1~cjk.diff.gz: done. > wine_1.3.5-1~cjk_source.changes: done. > Successfully uploaded packages. > Not running dinstall. > $ > > I build my files using command "debuild -S -sa -k8DD564D0", all files > seems to be successfully signed. > Why my upload still be rejected? Is the rejection email complaining about a checksum mismatch for the orig tarball? You might want to try building without -sa, there is no need to upload an orig tarball for uploads that don't introduce a new upstream version. Cheers, Jelmer
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