Hi Debian Mentors (and OpenKinect people), I am looking for a sponsor for my package "kinect-audio-setup", it is needed to enable audio input from the Microsoft Kinect sensor device. I am also one of the upstream authors. * Package name : kinect-audio-setup Version : 0.1 Upstream Author : Drew Fisher <email@example.com>, Antonio Ospite <firstname.lastname@example.org> * URL : http://git.ao2.it/kinect-audio-setup.git/ * License : BSD-2-Clause, WTFPL Programming Lang: C, Posix shell Description : enable audio input from the Microsoft Kinect sensor device It builds the binary package: kinect-audio-setup. kinect-audio-setup provides: - kinect_fetch_fw which downloads and extracts the firmware from the Microsoft Kinect SDK; - kinect_upload_fw which loads the firmware to the generic USB device in order to get the USB Audio Class device to show up; - udev rules to call kinect_upload_fw when the device is plugged in. kinect_fetch_fw is invoked in the postint hook to download the non re-distributable binary firmware needed to have the USB Audio Class device. On debian-legal I've been told that using the kinect word in the project name should be OK, and that —because of the use of a binary firmware— the package needs to go in 'contrib', so I choose 'contrib/sound' as the section. Note that pulseaudio >= 1.0 is needed for the actual audio input to work but I am not depending on it as technically it is not needed to make the above programs work, should I suggest or recommend it? To access further information about this package, please visit the following URL: http://bugs.debian.org/645072 The package can be downloaded with dget using this command: dget -u http://ao2.it/debian/kinect-audio-setup_0.1-1.dsc The source package can be found in the 'debian' branch at: http://git.ao2.it/kinect-audio-setup.git/ The package has been tested with pbuilder, checked with lintian, verified to be piuparts clean. Thanks, Antonio  http://lists.debian.org/debian-legal/2011/09/msg00057.html -- Antonio Ospite http://ao2.it PGP public key ID: 0x4553B001 A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Posting_style Q: Why is top-posting such a bad thing?
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