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http://www.debian.org/doc/devel-manuals#devref - Debian Developer's Reference

  • 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.
    This manual is thought as a reference manual for all Debian developers (newbies and old pros).


A Debian developer (DD) is a Debian Project Member who has vote rights. Many maintain packages, but other contributions are very welcome as well.

Becoming a Debian Developer

You should be a Debian Maintainer for six months before applying to the Debian New Member Process.

Steps required to become a Debian Developer are the same as for a Debian Project Member.

You will also have to answer questions about packaging on the Philosophy and Procedures and the Tasks and Skills.


A few resources

Information about Debian Developers