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ubuntu-upload-permission(1) General Commands Manual ubuntu-upload-permission(1)
ubuntu-upload-permission - Query upload rights and (optionally) list the people and teams with upload rights for a package
ubuntu-upload-permission [options] package
ubuntu-upload-permission checks if the user has upload permissions for package. If the --list-uploaders option is provided, all the people
and teams that do have upload rights for package will be listed.
-r RELEASE, --release=RELEASE
Query permissions in RELEASE. Default: current development release.
List all the people and teams who have upload rights for package.
List all the members of every team with rights. (Implies --list-uploaders)
Display a help message and exit
0 You have the necessary upload rights.
1 You don't have the necessary upload rights.
2 There was an error.
ubuntu-upload-permission and this manpage were written by Stefano Rivera <email@example.com>.
Both are released under the terms of the ISC License.
ubuntu-dev-tools November 2011 ubuntu-upload-permission(1)