Re: ITP: Plasmidomics -- gui for plasmid and vector map drawing with postscript export / debian-med
I just uploaded plasmidomics02deb.tar.gz
<http://www.bioprocess.org/plasmid/plasmidomics02deb.tar.gz> to the URL
http://www.bioprocess.org/plasmid/ (at the very bottom), containing the
mentioned directory structure.
Please give me some feedback, if this is acceptable; otherwise please
specify your needs more accurately e.g. template/ needed information in
Concerning the descriptions I would go for:
Short description: draw plasmids and vector maps with high-quality graphics export
Long description: Plasmidomics is written for easy drawing of plasmids and vector maps for the use in theses, presentations or other forms of publications. It natively supports postscript as output format.
Is this sufficient?
I'm sorry for any inconvenience, but it's my first .deb-packaging approach as well as my first bug report...
Thank you for your kind assistance,
Andreas Tille wrote:
> On Sat, 10 Nov 2007, Robert Winkler wrote:
>> Package name: Plasmidomics
>> Version: 0.2
>> Upstream Author: [Dr. Robert Winkler <firstname.lastname@example.org> ]
>> URL: [http://www.bioprocess.org/plasmid/]
>> License: [GPLv3]
>> Description: [Plasmidomics is an open source program for easy drawing of
>> plasmids and vector maps with high-quality graphics export.]
> Hi Robert,
> I admit that your software is on the radar of Debian-Med for a certain
> time (as I wrote to you on 4. December last year and also in
> http://lists.debian.org/debian-med/2007/10/msg00150.html )
> It would be great if you would provide a tarball as I described in my
> mail (see URL) on your side. Moreover it would be great if you would
> find a short description like:
> Description: drawing of plasmids and vector maps
> followed by a long description that explains the features of the
> program in more detail.
> Kind regards and thanks for your interest in Debian-Med