Hi all,

We (as in Canonical) are in the process of packaging some Go libraries
in Ubuntu. We're doing this because they are dependencies of packages
that we do not intend to maintain in Debian, and so it doesn't seem
that there's much benefit to maintaining the dependencies in Debian
either. However, if anyone knows a reason why any of these packages
would be useful in Debian, we're happy to do that (although I'll need a
sponsor for the first upload :-p). The packages are:

    golang-github-altoros-gosigma
    golang-github-dustin-go-humanize
    golang-github-gabriel-samfira-sys
    golang-github-gorilla-schema
    golang-github-gosuri-uitable
    golang-github-joyent-gocommon
    golang-github-joyent-gomanta
    golang-github-joyent-gosdc
    golang-github-joyent-gosign
    golang-github-mattn-go-runewidth
    golang-gnuflag-dev (go-import-path: launchpad.net/gnuflag)
    golang-gopkg-errgo.v1
    golang-gopkg-goose.v1
    golang-gopkg-macaroon.v1
    golang-gopkg-natefinch-npipe.v2

They are all straightforward, library-only packages that
dh-make-golang handles fine.

While I'm on the subject, we are also packaging these slightly less
straightforward libraries, so same question for these:

    github.com/ajstarks/svgo
    google.golang.org/cloud
    gopkg.in/macaroon-bakery.v1

Cheers,
mwh

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