Re: Debian derivatives census: welcome SprezzOS
On Tue, May 1, 2012 at 8:22 PM, Nick Black wrote:
> I've added a link to the company blog; there is not yet any SprezzOS blog.
> I notice that autodiscovered blog entries are posted to Planet Debian's
> derivatives feed (http://wiki.debian.org/Derivatives/CensusQA, "Blogs"):
> does this apply to all blog-related entries in the template, or only certain
This is for both the main blog or news feed (Blog field) and the
developer blogs (developer blogs field), details of the procedure are
> I've removed the example.org entry left in the "Bugs Forwarded to Debian"
> section. How does this work? Ought I claim previous bugs I've filed in
> DBTS? Do I tag them, or is there some bug-feeding protocol?
For bugs that aren't yet archived, you can use usertags to create tag
bugs in arbitrary ways and then link to those:
Here is an example of how Ubuntu do it:
> I've added APT repository entries, with a few packages of my own code. Both
> source and amd64 ought work and be properly signed with the Sprezzatech key.
> Said key can be found at http://www.sprezzatech.com/apt/sprezzos.key. I have
> enabled Indexes for the apt repository's toplevel and subdirectories, as
> recommended in the HOWTO.
Great. Should you ever add any source packages that look like they
might be based on a package already in Debian or that used to be in
Debian, the census scripts will automatically create patches:
> We look forward to working with the Derivatives Census, and providing all
> the assistance we can to Mother Debian.
In case you want to get the two packages you currently have in your
apt repository into Debian, here is a reminder: