February 6, 2017 1:16 AM, "Ben Finney" <bign...@debian.org> wrote:
> 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?
> 
npm2deb automates packaging of npm modules and ITP composition using 
information from npm registry.

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> Ben Finney
> 
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