Re: How I can help? - Second attempt
Thanks, I will review the list of critical errors to look for any
package on my interest. If I can resolve any errors better.
If I cannot, maybe I could try to edit a program of another distro to
adapt it to Debian. I installed on 2 partitions of 20Gb Ubuntu and
LMDE, and there are some packages that I find interestings in debian
like Ubuntu Tweak that cleans the cache of the browser, the cache
apt-get, etc. and if I obtain its source perhaps I could change the
paths where it look for to clean on Ubuntu, to adapt it to the
filesystem of debian.
Thanks for all!
2012/7/10 Bart Martens <email@example.com>:
> On Tue, Jul 10, 2012 at 12:56:31AM +0200, jose antonio wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> I have installed Debian Wheezy on my computer and I have followed the
>> maint-guide (http://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/maint-guide/) using the
>> sources gentoo-0.19.13 I previously have downloaded.
>> I have practiced with devhelper and does not seem very complicated.
>> (Following the guide "GNU Autoconf, Automake, and Libtool" ->
>> I have programmed in several languages throughout my working life but
>> I do not know to program in c++ and it's something I would like to
>> learn (Currently, I am developing in Java). In fact, I am following
>> the manual GTKmm because I want to learn to create applications for
>> Linux and especially for Gnome.
>> That said, I would like to ask if do you think I could help them to
>> maintain some gtk++ program by way of introduction?
> Maybe you want to adopt one of the packages on these lists ?
> Or maybe you want to fix a release critical bug on this list ?
>> or should I finish
>> first the manual and create a small application?
> Entirely your choice.
>> On the other hand, once downloaded the sources of gentoo-0.19.13, I
>> installed Anjuta, Geany ... and have not convinced me too. Then, I
>> installed eclipse-linuxtools-indigo-SR2-linux-gtk-incubation-x86_64.tar.gz
>> and it seemed to be the most advanced IDE. You could see the
>> definitions of functions, from the files in which these functions were
>> called using F3 and this is useful for learn about how the program was
>> written. Also, I liked the ease of use of debug mode. But I am afraid
>> that Eclipse could leave a configuration file that
>> could affect the project and perhaps may fail the packaging (not tested).
>> What IDE do you use to modify the sources of the projects?
> Any of your choice.
>> Finally, thank you very much for your effort and all your work!
>> I like debian and would like to contribute with you, and maybe become
>> a Debian Developer in a future! hehe
> There is lots of work to do, and if you look around on the debian websites, I'm
> sure you'll find work you want to do.
> Questions on Debian packaging are welcome on this list:
> Bart Martens