irssi-plugin-otr 1.0.2-2 source package in Ubuntu

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irssi-plugin-otr (1.0.2-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Bump Standards-Version to 4.1.1, no changes needed.
  * Bump debian/compat to 10, build-depend on debhelper >= 10.2.5~, remove
    build-dependency on dh-autoreconf and remove "--with autoreconf" from dh
    call in debian/rules as this done by debhelper in compat 10 automatically.
  * Drop stretch specific code in debian/rules to call dh_strip with
    --dbgsym-migration.
  * Set irssi-plugin-otr to Multi-Arch: same, thanks to the Multiarch hinter!
  * Remove version from dependency on libglib2.0-dev as that version was even
    satisfied in oldoldstable.

 -- Holger Levsen <email address hidden>  Sat, 30 Sep 2017 02:41:25 +0200

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Debian Privacy Tools Maintainers on 2017-09-30
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Original maintainer:
Debian Privacy Tools Maintainers
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Section:
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Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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irssi-plugin-otr: Off-The-Record messaging plugin for Irssi

 This plugin adds Off-The-Record (OTR) messaging support to the Irssi IRC
 client. Although primarily designed for use with the BitlBee IRC2IM
 gateway, it works within any query window, provided that your
 conversation partner's IRC client supports OTR.
 .
 OTR allows you to have private conversations over IM by providing:
  * Encryption - no one else can read your instant messages.
  * Authentication - you are assured the correspondent is who you think
    it is.
  * Deniability - the messages you send do _not_ have digital signatures
    that are checkable by a third party. Anyone can forge messages after
    a conversation to make them look like they came from you. However,
    _during_ a conversation, correspondents are assured the messages
    they see are authentic and unmodified.
  * Forward secrecy - if you lose control of your private keys,
    no previous conversation is compromised.

irssi-plugin-otr-dbgsym: debug symbols for irssi-plugin-otr