Include source packages in Jami's apt repository
Hi. I am a Trisquel contributor, and #39 (closed) was recently brought to my attention. It would be nice to include the latest version of Jami in our backports repository. We currently backport Jami from later versions of Ubuntu than our upstream, but since Jami is in Ubuntu's Universe repository these packages do not receive security updates. It would be preferable to include the version of Jami packaged for Ubuntu in your own apt repositories. We sometimes do this with packages from developers who provide their own apt repositories.
However, we require source packages to do this, and it looks like Jami's apt repositories only include binary packages. Would it be possible to also include source packages? I'm not sure whether you build your binary packages from source packages and simply don't upload the source packages, or whether you create binary packages directly. If it's the former, would you consider uploading your source packages? If it's the latter, would you consider creating source packages for Jami? Using
debian/* from Debian Sid's source package for Jami might be a good starting point.