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Package: sponsorship-requests
Severity: wishlist

Dear mentors,

I am looking for a sponsor for my package "dh-sysuser"

* Package name     : dh-sysuser
  Version          : 1.3.1
  Upstream Author  : Dmitry Bogatov <>
* Url              :
* Licenses         : GPL-3+
  Programming Lang : Perl
  Section          : admin

 dh-sysuser provides a debhelper sequence addon named 'sysuser'
 and command 'dh_sysuser', which provide declarating way to
 ensure, that required users are present after package installation
 and correctly handled after package removal.

It builds those binary packages:

  * dh-sysuser
  * sysuser-helper

This package succesfully builds on debomatic machine:
To access further information about this package, visit the following URL:

Alternatively, one can download the package with dget using this command:
    dget -x

Alternatively, you can access package debian/ directory via git from URL:

More information about dh-sysuser can be obtained from

Changes since last upload:

  * Fix description of sysuser-helper package: s/it's/its. (Closes: #844342)
    + Thanks: Toby Speight <>
  * Remove system user without home directory at package uninstall. If
    there is no home directory, it seems safe to assume that no files
    belong to that user, and removing that user will not cause harm.
  * Create system users with /usr/sbin/nologin as shell.
  * Do not impose dependency on bin:adduser. It is unneeded, since
    bin:sysuser-helper uses useradd(8), which is provided by bin:passwd,
    with is of required priority.
  * Document in manpage, that sysuser-helper delegates its job to useradd(8)
    (Closes: #848240)
  * Remove useless account locking in prerm.
  * Ensure that content of /etc/skel is not copied into home directory.
  * Update Vcs-* and Homepage fields in debian/control.
  * Update standards version to 4.1.3 (no changes needed)
  * Bump compat version to 11 (no changes needed)
  * Document and implement login, that system user is removed
    when it has either empty home directory or none at all (Closes: #848239)

  Dmitry Bogatov

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