Re: bart - tools for computational magnetic resonance imaging
> Hi Martin,
> On Tue, Dec 01, 2015 at 03:00:25PM +0000, Uecker, Martin wrote:
> > thank you for your answer!
> You are welcome. :-)
> > Andreas Tille:
> > > I have not yet checked out this and before I do I would like to suggest
> > > that you move the actual Debian packaging to git.debian.org where all
> > > our packaging code resides. This as several advantages (if interested
> > > I could list them - one example would be that your work could be listed
> > > on our imaging page even in this stage).
> > Ok, I created an account and applied for debian-med membership.
> > > My suggestion would be that you check out our team policy that
> > > explains how to maintain a package in our packaging Git. Since we have
> > > also a mentoring program called Mentoring of the Month and there is a
> > > free slot for December I wonder whether you like to become a MoM
> > > student. Considering that you are obviously comfortable with gbp I'm
> > > quite positive that we will succeede in way less than a month.
> > >
> > > What to you think about this?
> > Sounds good. I am fairly busy though, so I am not sure how well
> > the mentoring would work - there will be times where I am not
> > going to be able to respond at all. But I will try to spend some
> > time packaging this project, and could certainly use a
> > lot of advise.
> Thanks for letting me know. Please try at least to get ssh access
> ssh git.debian.org
> via ssh key and commit the repository. I'll check what changes might be
> needed and let you know. The MoM project is in the first place to lower
> the barrier for asking questions the student might be afraid about to be
> qualified as "stupid". Just feel free to ask anything you wonder about
> since I do not remember any stupid question here. ;-)
Ok, I put it in /git/debian-med/bart.git as described in the