Niels, it looks like you uploaded src:libcdio-paranoia 10.2+0.94+2-4, removing the cd-paranoia binary package, because cd-paranoia(1) is already included in the libcdio-utils package. However, if you look at libcdio-utils in sid, you’ll see this is no longer the case – there is currently no package in sid that provides cd-paranoia(1). Would you be willing to undo that change and upload a new src:libcdio-paranoia equivalent to 10.2+0.94+2-3?
For reference, here’s the current situation. cd-paranoia(1) was originally developed in upstream’s libcdio repository.¹ In 2011, shortly after the release of libcdio 0.83, Rocky Bernstein split that repository into a libcdio repository and a libcdio-paranoia repository,² copying over cd-paranoia(1) to the new development. Further work on the program occurred there. However, libcdio appears not to have much attention paid to it in Debian at the time, so src:libcdio 0.83 and its associated binary packages were included with jessie and stretch, and libcdio-utils contained cd-paranoia(1). After the stretch release, however, src:libcdio and src:libcdio-paranoia got updates in Debian: src:libcdio to 2.0.0 and src:libcdio-paranoia to 10.2+0.94+2. During the update, cd-paranoia(1) disappeared from src:libcdio, as expected. However, the program didn’t get included in any of src:libcdio-paranoia’s binary packages. This brings us to the current situation, in which the cd-paranoia(1) program is not distributed in sid at all. ¹ https://git.savannah.gnu.org/cgit/libcdio.git ² https://github.com/rocky/libcdio-paranoia