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I had to import my Open PGP key into Launchpad first (and possibly sign the code of conduct too). I forgot to upload the key to hkp://keyserver.ubuntu.com. Unfortunately, Launchpad doesn't give an error message about this when uploading packages.
You asked the question in the right place, but since you seem to be uploading binaries into your PPA rather than source code, the chances that you will get a size increase is small. PPAs are meant to have open-source software, where the sources are uploaded, and binaries are built on Launchpad's servers. If you want to use this software on your own computer, ...
After looking at the recent build failures that you got in your ppa you're depending on Qt5 packages that are not available for precise (such as libqt5widgets5). I'd suggest to add a new ppa dependency to your own ppa, the ubuntu-sdk-team stable ppa: https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-sdk-team/+archive/ppa Go to this page to add it.
Based on your Qt 5.2 builds, you are installing the libraries to /opt/qt52. This isn't the standard place for libraries, and therefore the libraries are not found by shlibdeps (and also probably wouldn't run on a user's computer because there is no RPATH specified). Instead, you should install libraries to /usr/lib, which is the standard place in Precise. ...
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