Seeing as no one else has replied to this, I guess I shall. Although
I'm not a Debian Developer, only a user, my reply might be helpful and
it might make you feel better, knowing that someone has read your
The standard reference for becoming a DD is this:
I guess there will be a lot of information for you to get started with
there; I think the only other thing you could do is try and find some
packages that you're interested, or that you have knowledge of, and
see if they need help in any way.
Another option is to take a look at this list of packages without
maintainers to see if you think you can help with any of them:
I think it's better to help with existing packages rather than adding
something new to Debian, in most cases.
Anyway, I wish you the best with whatever you choose to do, and I hope
it will improve the quality of Debian for me in the future. :-)
On 15 October 2010 13:08, Luca Bertoletti <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hello I'm italian linux users.I worked for erickson and I studied I.T at
> Università di Milano Bicocca.
> I know shell scripting and this programmation languages: pyton, perl, java,
> c, c++ and for the dbms sql languages.
> I want to know if I want to became an Debian developer how can I do?
> thanks for your attention
> yours sincerely
> Luca Bertoletti
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