Ian (one of the leading developers of Xen) has made some comments on the lists about "a concerted, organised group effort on debian packaging and documentation," so I (the wiki page creator) created this page in the hopes that the various people on the lists (and off) who have offered to help would check in and leave a brief note about what they might like to do. I know it's not very elaborate, but it's a starting point.
Recently a new group, called the Xen Debian Team, has been formed. You can reach them through the project page, on alioth. They are working to package Xen3 so it can get properly integrated inside Debian.
Edward Despard - He's on the Clarkson Xenophilia team, and has been awarded a "Google Summer of Code bounty on integrating Xen into Ubuntu Linux." Because of the nature of the project, he has limitations to the types of collaboration he can do, but since his name (and Ubuntu) have been mentioned with regards to this on a few lists, I'm adding a link to [the site where he posts his progress].
has created Xen 2.0.7 and Xen 3 packages for debian sid/sarge/etch. The xen3
packages are available for 32bit, 32bit+pae & 64bit.
Ralph Passgang's sources are here:
Binary packages can be found here:
http://packages.debianbase.de/sarge/amd64/xen3/(Please replace sarge with sid or etch, if you don't use the debian sarge release).