On Tue, Aug 17, 2010 at 17:05:30 (CEST), Thomas Maass wrote:
> Am Dienstag, den 17.08.2010, 12:23 +0200 schrieb Reinhard Tartler:
>> On Tue, Aug 17, 2010 at 08:55:40 (CEST), Thomas Maass wrote:
>> > Hi again!
>> > Another package I finished is panucci. It is an
>> > audio and podcast player with resuming function.
>> > It interacts great with gpodder. This is a pre-
>> > version from git, but works very good!
>> Some questions:
>> - Can we have a look at your proposed packages?
>> - Does someone in the team endorse panucci and clibgrab
>> - What's your alioth account id?
>> - Have you been active somewhere else in debian before, or is the
>> multimedia team the first point of contact with debian developers?
> My ID is mase-guest. I haven't been acvite in Debian before. I
> only built some packages for personal use. I thought, why not
> giving it all back to debian.
Excellent, you are on the right track! :-)
> I packaged different things, not only multimedia. But I think, the
> most help I can provide is in that section. I am really new to the
> community stuff. I still have to learn, how to use all the things.
Sure, and working in a team is a very efficient way to learn!
BTW, packaging new stuff is not the only way to contribute. You could
also take a look at existing packages of our team and post patches to
this list! If they are good and can be integrated, we will make sure
that we retain your full attribution.
> Where can I upload?
Either you have some private webspace somewhere, or you can upload to
mentors.debian.net and tell us the download url here! Or technically,
you could also use the service http://revu.tauware.de, although is
rather targeted for ubuntu.
Espc. for new packagers, I've made the experimence that getting the
package in shape before uploading it to git.debian.org is more efficient
than ironing out all problems via git.
Reinhard Tartler, KeyID 945348A4
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