Help with init replacement
I'm not entirely sure this is the best place for me to ask this, but it seemed
like a reasonable guess.
I am the author of daemond, an init replacement <plug style="shameless">which
is blindingly fast and flexible</plug>. I would like to allow it to work for
debian but I am unsure how to proceed. Should I:
(a) Ask for someone willing to take my source and adapt it for debian,
maintaining it there
(b) Create an initial debian package for it /then/ offer it for maintenance
(c) Create tha package and maintain it myself, asking for a mentor?
In the case of (b) and (c) above, things are complicated by the fact that I
don't personally use debian. (b) would be possible if someone would give me
a tarball of the set of all possible boot time scripts from a sid install,
although testing remains problematic-- but a prospective maintainer would
then be able to install and find the kinks rather than have to construct a
(potentially complicated) complete boot setup before he can even try.
-- Marc A. Pelltier