pylibravatar 1.7-4 source package in Ubuntu

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pylibravatar (1.7-4) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Use a minimal pubkey in debian/upstream/signing-key.asc
  * Bump Standards-Version up to 4.2.1

 -- Francois Marier <email address hidden>  Sat, 08 Dec 2018 11:14:30 -0800

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Fran├žois Marier on 2018-12-08
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Original maintainer:
Fran├žois Marier
Architectures:
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Section:
python
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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Disco release on 2018-12-09 universe python

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python-libravatar: Libravatar module for Python 2

 Module to make use of the federated Libravatar.org avatar hosting service
 from within Python applications.
 .
 Libravatar is a free service for hosting profile images tied to an email
 address or an OpenID. Inspired by the elegant solution pioneered by
 Gravatar, Libravatar takes a federated approach to the problem and allows
 domain owners to specify the server that should host images for their
 organisation.
 .
 This package provides Python 2 module bindings only.

python3-libravatar: Libravatar module for Python 3

 Module to make use of the federated Libravatar.org avatar hosting service
 from within Python applications.
 .
 Libravatar is a free service for hosting profile images tied to an email
 address or an OpenID. Inspired by the elegant solution pioneered by
 Gravatar, Libravatar takes a federated approach to the problem and allows
 domain owners to specify the server that should host images for their
 organisation.
 .
 This package provides Python 3 module bindings only.