Package: wnpp
Severity: wishlist
Owner: Andreas Henriksson <>

* Package name    : bankstown
  Version         : 1.0.0
  Upstream Contact:
* URL             :
* License         : MIT
  Programming Lang: Rust
  Description     : barebones, fast LV2 bass enhancement plugin

 Speakers found in small devices have trouble reproducing bass and sub-bass
 faithfully. This is because they are power and space constrained, and cannot
 move the amount of air required to reproduce such low frequencies at audible
 volumes. Designers of modern devices get around this problem by taking
 advantage of the fact that humans are very easy to fool. We generate harmonics
 of bass and sub-bass frequencies to trick the human brain into thinking there
 is more bass than there really is.
 This package contains a lv2 plugin implementing halfway-decent three-stage
 psychoacoustic bass approximation.

 Team maintenance
 I've discussed both with Debian rust-team and bananas-team and we've
 concluded that since this package does not yet integrate well with
 existing debcargo-conf tooling, we'll maintain the package under the
 bananas-team umbrella.
 Preliminary packaging is available at:

 Upstream name: bankstown name: bankstown-lv2

 My proposition is that we use the upstream name as debian source name
 (bankstown) and then use `lv2-bankstown` binary package name, as
 bankstown is a lv2 plugin and that would fit generic naming conventions
 in Debian about packages fitting into a particular ecosystem.

 For reference, fedora packaging:

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