Hi all,
I am trying to update the milkytracker package to the latest upstream 
version (0.90.85).

The orig tarball of the current version in Debian has been modified by 
removing the directory "platforms/" which contains some compressed files 
for various building environments and systems (xcoder fo Mac OS x, 
devcpp and Visual Studio for Windows, ...) and the "+dfsg" string has been 
added to the source tarball. 
All of the files comes with no copyright/license, so I was wondering if 
it makes sense to remove them and add +dfsg to the source tarball since 
they don't infringe the DFSG (in addition the maintainance of the package 
would be much simpler without this step). 
What do you think? (you can check out the upstream tarballs here [0]).

Also, the package is in the 1.0 format, do you think is it ok to switch to
3.0 (quilt) and convert the diff.gz patch to quilt (as for Debian 
Multimedia Team policy)?

Cheers

[0] http://www.milkytracker.org/files/

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