Details about package awf-gtk3
awf-gtk3 (2.3.0-1) unstable; urgency=low
* Initial debian package release (Closes: #959436)
awf-gtk3 (2.2.0-1) unstable; urgency=low
* New upstream version
* Improves expander
There are some comments.
* In the changelog, you need to close your ITP explicitly. 
* there is no need to use --with autoreconf.
* It seems that "Improves expander" is not a clear explanation.
What does it mean?
Is it in contrast to https://github.com/valr/awf? if so, it may be
better to name awf-extended-gtk2 or awf-extended-gtk3 package name.
It seems that upstream project is not dead (https://github.com/valr/awf/)
* It seems that another awf-gtk2 needs a sponsor,  but it is generated by
same source archive, so it should be built gtk2 and gtk3 version
at the same time from awf source.
I mean that debian/control contains awf-extended-gtk2 and awf-extended-gtk3
I hope it will help.
Kentaro Hayashi at Nov. 22, 2020, 10:32 a.m.
Thank you very much!
* For the changelog and the ITP bug, I closing it in a previous release of the package (2.0.0-3). But previous releases will not be published, I remove old entries.
* For --with autoreconf, yes, sorry, I used it for Ubuntu PPA builds. I remove it.
* "Improves expander" refer to the gtk expander widget (https://developer.gnome.org/gtk3/stable/GtkExpander.html).
* Latest commit for https://github.com/valr/awf is: "I don't plan to work on this tool anymore", so the project is dead, no?
* Yes there is another awf-gtk2 package (and also awf-gtk4 package). I'm not sure that I can use a single control file with these three packages, so I made three distinct packages.
So I will rebuild soon.
Fabrice Creuzot at Nov. 22, 2020, 5:23 p.m.
> * "Improves expander" refer to the gtk expander widget (https://developer.gnome.org/gtk3/stable/GtkExpander.html).
I had expected debian/patches exists, but not.
If such an improvement is not contained under debian/*, there is no need to mention it.
> * Latest commit for https://github.com/valr/awf is: "I don't plan to work on this tool anymore", so the project is dead, no?
I've missed it, then it is reasonable to be dead.
Kentaro Hayashi at Nov. 27, 2020, 4:20 a.m.