Hi Rafael,

sorry for my late reply - I'm recovering from vacation backlog.

On Sun, Oct 09, 2016 at 04:55:47PM +0200, Rafael Laboissière wrote:
> >Thanks for working on this.  Could you suggest a set of tasks in Debian
> >Science[1] the package librsb-dev might fit into?
> 
> It fits into Numerical Computation.

OK, added.

To answer the question of your other mail:  You can checkout the Git
repository where the package debian-science is maintained and add a
Depends line to the tasks file in question.  Just see my last commit for
an example.  Its described in the Blends doc[1]
 
> As "screenshot" you could use this figure:
> 
> http://librsb.sourceforge.net/img/rsb-audikw_1-8.png
> 
> which comes from the librsb home page.

Its not possible to add screenshots to not yet existing packages.  Once
the package is available please upload a screenshot to
screenshots.debian.net.

> I think that the best citation would be:
> 
> Michele Martone, Marcin Paprzycki, and Salvatore Filippone (2012) "An
> improved sparse matrix-vector multiply based on recursive sparse blocks
> layout". In I. Lirkov, S. Margenov, and J. Waśniewski, editors, LSSC 2011,
> LNCS 7116, pages 606-613. Springer, Heidelberg.

Citations are maintained inside the package metadata.  I've added
debian/upstream/metadata with this information.  For more detailed
explanation see the according Wiki page[2].  (It needs about one day
for the citation to propagate to the tasks page of the web sentinel.)

Kind regards

      Andreas.

[1] https://blends.debian.org/blends/ch08.html#edittasksfiles
[2] https://wiki.debian.org/UpstreamMetadata

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