Thanks Lukas for the review, I think it should be ready to be considered
again now

> Required TODOs:
> #1 please run `update-maintainer` on the package, to update debian/control

We will do in the next upload (if that's not a sync since we forwarded
the autopkgtest to Debian), I don't think that's worth wasting buildds
time by itself now. Ok with you?

> #2 It is on the lto-disabled list (for s390x only). s390x is not supported by
 >   upstream and FTBFS, so this entry should just be removed from the list.

> #3 does NOT have a test suite that runs at build time, and it only has one
>  simple autopkgtest (marked "superficial"). This does not fully check the
>  Q/A-testing requirements, IMO. Usually a proper autopkgtest would do, but
>   here the autopkgtest is minimal and we don't have build-time tests...
>   Are there any plans for end-to-end testing of the bluetooth codec/hardware?
>   Could a end2end test plan/code/log be provided or stated in the comments?

We created a testplan for pipewire which includes a section specific to

> Recommended TODOs:
> #4 The package should get a team bug subscriber before being promoted

desktop-packages has been subscribed now

> #5 build-time warnings should be resolved, working with upstream (see

I didn't find a bugtracker for upstream (it's part of android) but for
now I've reported it to Debian and we will see if we can provide a patch

** Changed in: libldac (Ubuntu)
       Status: Incomplete => New

** Changed in: libldac (Ubuntu)
     Assignee: (unassigned) => Lukas Märdian (slyon)

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