Hello, I use a variety of NodeJS-based tools for frontend development, and I'd like to start working on packaging these for Debian. I have contributed to Debian in the past , but only Perl libraries and applications as part of the pkg-perl team, and I've been out of action for awhile, so my knowledge is out of date. I'm familiar with the usual tools: debhelper, sbuild, and lintian, but have not used git-buildpackage yet.
I'm seeking someone to be my mentor and co-maintainer/sponsor for the following libraries and applications that I'd like to package (in no particular order): * Gulp * Bower * Visual Studio Code * Atomic Cockpit (a Red Hat project. Disclosure: I am currently employed by Red Hat) Does anybody on the team have a particular interest in having any of these packaged for Debian? I expect that all these projects have quite a few dependencies, so it'll be a long-term undertaking. Thank you! Jonathan  https://qa.debian.org/developer.php?login=jawnsy%40cpan.org&comaint=yes -- Jonathan Yu / *@jawnsy* on LinkedIn <https://linkedin.com/in/jawnsy>, Twitter <https://twitter.com/jawnsy>, GitHub <https://github.com/jawnsy>, Facebook <https://facebook.com/jawnsy> *“Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better.”* — Samuel Beckett, Worstward Ho (1983) “In an adaptive environment, winning comes from adapting to change by continuously experimenting and identifying new options more quickly and economically than others. The classical strategist's mantra of sustainable competitive advantage becomes one of serial temporary advantage.” — Navigating the Dozens of Different Strategy Options <https://hbr.org/2015/06/navigating-the-dozens-of-different-strategy-options> (HBR)