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It is not necessary to have your key signed by others to upload to REVU, but it is a good idea to have it done at some point.
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Located in C/ubuntu.xml:46(para)
Uploading your packages
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Located in C/ubuntu.xml:51(title)
Uploading to REVU uses <application>dput</application>. The <phrase>Ubuntu</phrase> version of <application>dput</application> already knows about REVU so you do not need to change any configuration files. Only upload signed packages, and unlike other repositories, you should always include the original tarball, otherwise reviewers will not be able to look at your extracted source package. In order to do so, use the options "-S -sa" with <application>debuild</application> or <application>dpkg-buildpackage</application> to build only the source package and to include the original source in the upload.
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Located in C/ubuntu.xml:53(para)
After the source package is built, you can use <application>dput</application> with the above config file changes to upload it by specifying just the <filename>_source.changes</filename> file that was created:
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Located in C/ubuntu.xml:63(para)
If you are reuploading a changed package (after receiving reviews), you may get an error like this:
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Located in C/ubuntu.xml:70(para)

Upload package to host revu
Already uploaded to
Doing nothing for myapp_source.changes
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Located in C/ubuntu.xml:73(screen)
To fix, add the -f option to dput to force the upload or remove the <filename>.upload</filename> file that was created by <application>dput</application>.
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Located in C/ubuntu.xml:78(para)
Processing of uploads is done every five minutes, so if your upload does not show up, please contact the REVU administrators by email, or join the Freenode IRC channel #ubuntu-motu.
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Located in C/ubuntu.xml:82(para)
How to login to REVU
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Located in C/ubuntu.xml:88(title)
After your first upload, you are registered automatically in the database and assigned a random password. On the <ulink url="">REVU</ulink> website, use the email address you used in the changelog file of your upload as the login and click the 'recover password' link. You will be taken to a page that has your encrypted password with instructions for decrypting it.
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Located in C/ubuntu.xml:90(para)
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