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'''Debian Developer Portfolio''', i.e, a list of per-developer information. To obtain your own version links replace `email@example.com` with your own e-mail address:
* DDPO (Debian Developer's Package Overview): http://firstname.lastname@example.org
* bugs reported against your package (no co-maintainers, see [http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=430986 #430986]): http://email@example.com
* bugs reported by you: http://bugs.debian.org/from:firstname.lastname@example.org
* bugstats (AKA ''karma''): http://email@example.com
* lintian reports: http://firstname.lastname@example.org
* DEHS (Debian External Health Status): http://email@example.com
* debtags: http://firstname.lastname@example.org
|* [wiki:DDPortfolio Debian Developer's Portfolio] - resources collecting ''per-developer information''|
Translations : [:DebianDeveloperDanish:Dansk]
A Debian developer (DD), is someone who is part of Debian (a "member" or the organisation).
[http://www.debian.org/doc/devel-manuals#devref] - Debian Developer's Reference ?BR This manual describes procedures and resources for Debian maintainers. It describes how to become a new developer, the upload procedure, how to handle our bug tracking system, the mailing lists, Internet servers, etc.?BRThis manual is thought as a reference manual for all Debian developers (newbies and old pros).
A few resources
How do you get a DebianDotNet address like wiki.debian.net?
- Developer questions can be found (and hopefully answered) at ["DeveloperFAQ"].
- A collection of DFSG-complient licences has been started on ["DFSGLicenses"].
A collection of useful links for packaging libraries for Debian can be found at LibPackaging.
- becoming a developer (needed)
- becoming a debian maintainer: ["Maintainers"]