* Jeff Bailey <firstname.lastname@example.org> [020427 14:57]:
> We don't currently explain how to help us very well. Perhaps you can
> guide us on this. I'd like to get some pages up that cover how to
> help the Hurd porting effort. I don't know how to get this
> information so that people uploading packages choose to read it. Part
> of me wonders if the porting section of the Policy should refer to a
> general porting document. I'm not thinking even just for us, but
> generically things like understand the issues around 32->64 bit
> pointer conversions, and issues the BSD folks will have too.
> Does this fit with what you're thinking?
Now that Woody is sort of winding down, Raphael Hertzog and Adam Di
Carlo started a discussion on email@example.com that has expanded to
talk about the Debian Developers Reference, Debian Policy, a new "dpkg
reference manual" that's in the dpkg CVS (per Wichert) and new Debian
"best packaging practices" documentation. This discussion is taking
place on the debian-project (and debian-policy) mailing lists.
Finding a place in this array of documentation for general porting
issues would be ideal. These are documents all Debian developers
are (should be?) familiar with.
Shall we begin creating a list of porting issues? While there may be
many they should be able to be categorized fairly well once we have them
-- Grant Bowman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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