Run of fresh-releases for python-gflags

Try this locally (using silver-platter):

debian-svp new-upstream python-gflags 
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Processing: python-gflags
2% (134/318)   
1/127)   
Total 318 (delta 170), reused 290 (delta 150)
Total 0 (delta 0), reused 0 (delta 0)
ne.
Compressing objects:  25% (1/4)   
Compressing objects:  50% (2/4)   
Compressing objects:  75% (3/4)   
Compressing objects
Using upstream branch https://github.com/google/python-gflags (guessed)
Total 616 (delta 0), reused 0 (delta 0), pack-reused 616
Using version string 3.1.2.
No upstream upstream-revision format specified, trying tag:3.1.2
Using uscan to look for the upstream tarball.
Total 609 (delta 0), reused 0 (delta 0), pack-reused 609
python-gflags-1.3 does not point to a valid object
python-gflags-1.4 does not point to a valid object
python-gflags-1.5 does not point to a valid object
python-gflags-1.5.1 does not point to a valid object
python-gflags-1.6 does not point to a valid object
python-gflags-1.7 does not point to a valid object
python-gflags-1.8 does not point to a valid object
python-gflags-2.0 does not point to a valid object
dpkg-mergechangelogs: warning: /home/janitor/tmp/tmpdbbykrx6deb_changelog_merge/changelog.base(l5): badly formatted trailer line
LINE:  -- Google Inc. <opensource@google.com>  DDDD
dpkg-mergechangelogs: warning: /home/janitor/tmp/tmpdbbykrx6deb_changelog_merge/changelog.base(l7): found start of entry where expected more change data or trailer
LINE: python-gflags (1.5-1) unstable; urgency=low

Text conflict in debian/changelog
Text conflict in debian/control
Text conflict in debian/copyright
Contents conflict in gflags.py
Text conflict in gflags2man.py
Contents conflict in gflags_helpxml_test.py
Contents conflict in gflags_unittest.py
7 conflicts encountered.
Worker failed: Upstream version 3.1.2 conflicted.
Elapsed time: 0:01:37.432450

Summary

Upstream version: 3.1.2.

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