Comment 19 for bug 1267393

"Upstream released jujud binaries are/will be distributed officially via simplestreams using a documented build process (details TBC)."

I've said it before, and I'll reiterate, this is fundamentally broken. A package in the archive shouldn't have have of its binaries not in the archive. This *must* be a solvable problem.

If the problem is that the package can't be BUILT in the archive, then this isn't remotely suitable for main. Otherwise, I don't see what the blocker is at all. Just package up those binaries, and done.

What fundamental flaw in the process is being hidden by shipping binaries outside the archive? Does the build system pull random deps from the internet, does it pull prebuilt objects from the internet, sans source code (again, absolutely unacceptable for main).