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Aw: Geant321 and geant4 in science package

Hi Christophe,
There is a steady in-and-out of activity on the CERN-associated packages. By all means, you would be more than welcome to help with contributing later versions of it all. Please skim through http://wiki.debian.org/DebianScience at your leisure and follow the link to the Blend ... which is basically a svn/git repository with all the build instructions where all those contributing to the science packages can help each other out.
Well-meant suggestion: To keep your motivation on packaging high, please set a piority on those packages that you need for your daily (or almost daily) work. Do not primarily try to fill a gap of packages in Debian. With shifts in your focus, and maybe earlier, try finding someone to adopt the packaging from you - the sharing of packaging efforts in the Blend help this process.

Gesendet: Dienstag, 16. April 2013 um 15:18 Uhr
Von: "Christophe Hugon" <Christophe.Hugon@ge.infn.it>
An: debian-project@lists.debian.org
Betreff: Geant321 and geant4 in science package

I'm very interested in debian since few years, in a good part because
the science packages are not bad. But I think that it should even better
with the geant4 package. I don't know why, geant3 is in packages since
Maybe I can start contributions for packaging by that (I'm physicist),
but I don't know how to enter in contact with science maintainers, and
how to start.



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