Package uploaded to Debian Rejected from Ubuntu

Asked by Vagrant Cascadian

I've been maintaining packages in Debian for some decades now, but recently started receiving "Reject" messages when librecast was uploaded or imported to Ubuntu. I never uploaded the package to Ubuntu, so was a bit surprised to be getting the messages.
Where do I report this? How can I opt-out of these messages?

I think I received one Reject for each architecture that Ubuntu supports; here is an example riscv64:

Subject: [ubuntu] librecast_0.5.1-2_riscv64.changes (Rejected)

librecast_0.5.1-2_riscv64.buildinfo: Unknown section 'unknown'
Further error processing not possible because of a critical previous error.

librecast (0.5.1-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * debian/patches: Make test 0012 time more robust.
  * debian/rules: Output the results of running the test suite.
  * debian/control: Add Breaks and Replaces on liblibrecast0.4. Thanks to
    Axel Beckert. (Closes: #1016565)
  * debian/patches: Directly symlink the .so ABI version file.

Date: Thu, 04 Aug 2022 12:54:16 -0700
Changed-By: Vagrant Cascadian <email address hidden>
Maintainer: Launchpad Build Daemon <email address hidden>


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Manfred Hampl (m-hampl) said :

Probably the same as https://<email address hidden>/msg02410.html

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