Re: RFS: engauge-digitizer
Hi Tobias and others,
I would just like to second Tobias recommendation for the program. I am
the one who RFP'ed and I'm happy to have an official package in the
works. Sadly, I'm not a DD or I would have packaged it myself.
I have used this program for a lot of work in extracting data from
papers and it is really useful and efficient,
Thanks Tobias and I hope you find a mentor
On Thu, Oct 19, 2006 at 02:49:00AM +0200, Tobias Richter wrote:
> Dear DDs on debian-science,
> I am looking for a sponsor to inspect my package "engauge-digitizer".
> The program is very good at digitizing e.g. spectroscopic data from
> foreign publications to include them as reference into your own graphs.
> But it can also be used to digitize other types of image data or maps.
> There is a step by step tutorial for different types of graphs included
> in the *-doc package. Package details below.
> I like engauge-digitizer a lot and it had a RFP filed, but I couldn't
> raise interest among debian-mentors, yet. So I hope to find a supporter
> in the scientific community here.
> Tobias Richter
> * Package name : engauge-digitizer
> Version : 3.0-1
> Upstream Author : Mark Mitchell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> * URL : http://digitizer.sourceforge.net/
> * License : GPLv2
> Section : science
> It builds these binary packages:
> engauge-digitizer - Interactively extracts numbers from bitmap graphs or maps
> engauge-digitizer-doc - Interactively extracts numbers from bitmap graphs or maps
> Builds clean on amd64 and i386.
> The upload would fix these bugs: 374849 (RFP/ITP)
> The package can be found on mentors.debian.net:
> - URL: http://mentors.debian.net/debian/pool/main/e/engauge-digitizer
> - Source repository: deb-src http://mentors.debian.net/debian unstable main contrib non-free
> - dget http://mentors.debian.net/debian/pool/main/e/engauge-digitizer/engauge-digitizer_3.0-1.dsc
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