I note that you are producing a software distribution based on Debian.
I would like to invite you to add your distribution to the Debian
derivatives census. You can do so by clicking here:
Using the above link, you can enter your distribution name, and then
click "add a new derivative," which will take you to a template to fill
in your distribution's relevant information. Please note you may
need to create a Debian wiki account (if you do not already have one), which is
a quick process.
The Debian derivatives census is attempting to gather detailed information
about Debian derivatives for integration of that information into Debian
infrastructure and for the development of relationships between Debian
and our derivatives. In addition, we will be doing some QA on the data
that you provide. You can read more about our integration and QA at the
Please direct any questions to the derivatives mailing list or IRC
channel via the following links:
We welcome and encourage you to join both of these, and we hope you will
choose to participate in our census.