Re: Aravis and FreeTure in DebianAstro blend?
this is really an exciting project! It would fit perfectly into Debian
Astro, and we would help you to get it there for sure!
For the start, I would recommend the tutorial I wrote some time ago:
Although it focusses on Python a bit, the first parts are generic (but
contains some Debian formalism):
* Create an "Intent To Package" bug
* Apply for membership on debian-astro
* Setup the git repositories on alioth.debian.org
* Prepare the development tools
If you have any problems, don't hesitate to ask.
Chiara Marmo <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Dear list,
> I'm involved in developing and packaging for the FRIPON project
> (www.fripon.org) the FreeTure software
> (http://fripon.github.io/freeture) and the Aravis library
> FreeTure is a meteor detection software: it runs under linux and is
> open source (GNU GPL3).
> Aravis is a library for genicam standard based cameras.
> The fripon community (amateurs and researchers) is really interested
> in having FreeTure packaged for Debian and Ubuntu.
> May I propose those two packages for integrating Debian Astro blend?
> I'm in contact with the Aravis principal contributor and he is ok for
> me taking care of the debian package.
> If Debian Astro is interested in FreeTure and Aravis, let me know how
> to start working on official packaging ... I will probably ask for
> some help at the beginning... :)
> Thanks for listening,