That's a very helpful overview, and it makes it clear that it's quite a
lot of work.

Going through the latest news and the WNPP queue I can see that:
- node-detect-file has been ACCEPTED into unstable this morning
- node-cache-base has been ACCEPTED into unstable yesterday
- node-os-homedir has an ITP bug http://bugs.debian.org/841196

Several other node modules have no ITP yet, but a repo is present in
https://anonscm.debian.org/git/pkg-javascript indicating that work is
underway

It would be helpful to (programmatically) cross-link the info about the
existing packages' trackers, the ITPs and the alioth repos in the task
page. I could hack a python script to poll the UDD API and a crude grep
of the directory listing

But I don't how that script would fit in the current infrastructure ...

P

On 30/10/2016 12:02, Pirate Praveen wrote:
> We are also waiting to update node-findup-sync for grunt, but it needs a
> few more dependencies to be packaged (they are waiting for packages in NEW)
> 
> See https://wiki.debian.org/Javascript/Nodejs/Tasks/grunt


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