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Re: Debian derivatives front desk: where to from here?

On Sun, Dec 5, 2010 at 12:39 PM, Karl Goetz <karl@kgoetz.id.au> wrote:
> On Fri, 3 Dec 2010 01:55:16 +0800 Paul Wise <pabs@debian.org> wrote:
>> Annual face-to-face meeting at DebConf, perhaps similar to what we had
>> at DebConf10, hopefully with a more diverse set of derivatives
>> represented ;)
> Getting to debconf is generally non-trivial, so i expect you'll have
> trouble getting people along. That said, I'd love to make it along :)

With live streaming, IRC and gobby we can include remote folks.

> eg, in the dwn?

Yeah, DPN. Also LWN and maybe slashdot.

> I've put in a very basic gNewSense page.

For the bugs link, there doesn't appear to be any automatic way to map
between the bug and the source package. Is that something that could
be added?

Made some tweaks: s/us.// s/Squeeze/squeeze/ s/Lenny/lenny/

Please add more links based on the template as they become available

>> Any more thoughts, ideas or folks who could volunteer to help
>> implement the above?
> I'd be interested in seeing if/how derivatives can collaborate on their
> infrastructure. There must be lots of things that we share that we
> could stop duplicating. (this has been partly discussed on this list in
> the past).

Could you outline what you had in mind (in a separate thread maybe)?

Part of the idea about the derivatives census was to gather data about
derivatives for inclusion in to UDD (udd.debian.org) and pervasive
integration of that data into Debian's infrastructure.

>> PS: it would be great if more folks could join the IRC channel
>> (#debian-derivatives on irc.debian.org aka OFTC).
> Is there more activity then this list? I'm trying to keep my irc
> channels list sane.

Very minimal activity at this stage.



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