Hi all,

I am about to add some JavaScript binary packages to Debian, but I was
really wondering what the current ideas are with respect to source
packages. There are a lot of jquery plugins packaged in the
jquery-goodies package, but also several (a lot?) of plugins are
packaged separately. What is the current consensus: should new plugins
be packages via the jquery-goodies package or stand-alone or does it
depend? Are there reasons to choose one or the other?

A relate question: JavaScripts are often "combined" with Grunt. What is
the current status/stance of including those in Debian. I am normally of
the opinion that everything should be build from source, but I can also
be somewhat pragmatic if required. JavaScript that is combined is still
very readable and changeable and I have the idea that there is a lot of
JavaScript in Debian that isn't "build from source".


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