Re: Debian services and Debian infrastructure
Stephen Gran <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> This one time, at band camp, Olivier Berger said:
> I'm not sure how to encourage new people looking to get involved while
> simultaneously discouraging this idea that it's a good idea to go away
> and develop in isolation - that's been a development anti-pattern for a
> long time, and shouldn't still be something we need to bang on about.
In order to try and help, I've added some bits to the wiki, around
https://wiki.debian.org/Services , hoping that it helps keep DSA in
the loop early enough.
>> But that's another problem, about communicating with DSA early
>> enough... and I'm not sure I know where to find the right contact point
>> / procedure ATM.
> Is it unclear how to contact DSA? Or is there some other part of it
> that is unclear?
I think that https://wiki.debian.org/Teams/DSA is OK, but maybe
https://dsa.debian.org/ should be improved ?
>> I'm still not sure if posting on email@example.com is a
>> potential way to make sure some educated colleagues (even DSA members)
>> will be able to advice, review, and generally help service prototypes
>> become production-ready.
> It's a good start. I think the team follows this list.
Great then :-)
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