These days, I started to play with the dpkg 2.0 source format. I converted one of my packages to dpkg-source 2.0 format, and then forced the dak-installation on my laptop to accept that package. Already now, I found some over-strictness bugs in dpkg-source.

Now that this step is done, I need to search a victim box to set up a regular dak, so that people can play a bit more with it (and of course, that dak installation will accepted any signatures from the regular keyring). Furthermore, I plan to add autobuilding for some archs to it (i386? powerpc? amd64?), so that one can really see how it behaves in a real world scenario.

Something else one should also do there one day: create an extra directory where the packages will be repacked in dpkg-source 1.0 format.