Howdy all,

Many recent ITP reports for Node.js packages have had terrible
descriptions. They seem to be just copied from the NPM package
description with no regard for the conventions of a Debian package
description.

ITPs should not be submitted automatically, they should be composed as
an individual's communication to the whole Debian Project. With bad
reports, the reputation of the submitter is tarnished, and the ability
of the Debian community to understand what people's intentions are is
harmed.

Is there some tool that people have been recommending that automates the
ITP composition and sending process? What is it, and how can we correct
it?

-- 
 \         “Money is always to be found when men are to be sent to the |
  `\   frontiers to be destroyed: when the object is to preserve them, |
_o__)     it is no longer so.” —Voltaire, _Dictionnaire Philosophique_ |
Ben Finney


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