Automatically assuming packages are dangerous is not very nice and quite frankly made me feel a bit unwelcome.
Actually automatically assuming a package is safe is dangerous not the other way around. One of the reasons Debian/LMDE is safer than Windows is because it uses safe repos. Rather than searching the web and downloading random packages.
Your package is probably quite safe, but it is still not the smart or Debian way.
I would say the same for pretty much anyone that posts a package for download, other than Clem and a few of the mods that have been around forever.
Out of 1880 installed packages, I have 9 that were either manually installed or built from sources. Every other package comes from "official" Debian repos or the Debian Multimedia repo.
The 7 packages are:
oracle-j2re1.6 downloaded from Oracle and built using java-package
oracle-j2re1.7 downloaded from Oracle and built using java-package
dnscrypt-proxy from OpenDNS
ufw GUI for kde built from source , http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=137789
jitsi downloaded from https://jitsi.org/
konq-kim - image service menu for Konqueror from the sidcution repo
ceni - Curses interface to /etc/network/interfaces from the siduction repo