Re: Debian GIS Policy
[Ful quote since this mail might be unknown at osgeolive list]
I added a paragraph to the Debian Med policy where I describe how
derivatives are working together with Debian Med. This is probably
quite interesting to take over into Debian GIS because it is inviting
to interested persons:
which is rendered here
The goal is to strengthen the cooperation between people with the very
same interest and help developers of derivatives to profit as best as
possible from Debian GIS work.
Feel free to take over by perhaps replacing BioLinux by OSGeoLive.
On Sat, Dec 07, 2013 at 12:17:40AM +0100, Sebastiaan Couwenberg wrote:
> As previously mentioned in other threads, I've been working on a policy
> for Debian GIS. It's based on the Debian Med policy which in turn is
> based on the pkg-perl policy. I've also adapted the pkg-perl website for
> pkg-grass to host the policy on the group webspace on Alioth.
> I've just pushed my changes to the new website git repo, of which you
> may have seen the SCM emails. If not you can find them on Alioth:
> The webspace on Alioth currently redirects to the DebianGis page on
> wiki.debian.org, but I'd like to use this minimal website instead. For
> the time being you can view the website on my server at:
> Please share any suggestions on how to improve the policy and website.
> Or just commit (non-invasive) changes yourself directly.
> Kind Regards,
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