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## Auto-converted by kwiki2moinmoin v2005-10-07
The goal for this page is to collect material around the ideas discussed at
[[Helen Faulkner's talk
http://dc5video.debian.net/2005-07-17/Using_Debian_for_science_research-Helen_Faulkner.mpeg]]
at [wiki:Self:DebConf5Talks ["Debconf5"]].
= Debian Science =
== Goals ==
 * Provide to researchers and scientists better experience when using Debian.
 * Classify, package and distribute free software useful to science and research.
 * Support any quality efforts around free scientific software.
== How to use it? ==

 * You can use Debian Science perfectly as you are using Debian because it is a completely internal project and is nothing else than Debian itself. We just felt a need to found a team that works as a strike force for scientific software inside Debian.

 * There have been efforts to create a CDD (Custom Debian Distribution) for Debian/Science, but at the moment no installer is available. Please see the section '[:DebianScience/CDD:http://wiki.debian.org/DebianScience/CDD]' for more details.

 * A proposal to create a custom repository for science-related unofficial packages has been made; see [:DebianScience/UnofficialRepository:http://wiki.debian.org/DebianScience/UnofficialRepository] for more info.

== Resources ==
 * Inside Debian: DebianScience/DebianLinks
 * Outside resources related to science or scientific projects: DebianScience/OtherLinks
== How to join ==
 * Debian Science has a mailing list [http://lists.debian.org/debian-science/ debian-science] ([http://murphy.debian.org/lists/debian-science/details.html its statistics]) created [http://lists.debian.org/debian-science/2005/07/msg00000.html thanks to Pascal Hakim]. And if you wonder why the mailing-list reply-to is set to the author instead of the list itself, [http://www.unicom.com/pw/reply-to-harmful.html read this].
== Contributing to Debian Science ==
 * If you are willing to help: DebianScience/ContributingToDebianScience
== Efforts that could be undertaken ==
 * ["DebianScience/CDD"]
 * ["DebianScience/LiveCD"]
 * ["DebianScience/Classification"]
 * ["DebianScience/Sponsoring"]
 * DebianScience/UnofficialRepository
 * ["DebianScience/Usertags"]
 * ["DebianScience/Wallpapers"]
== Debian Science metapackages ==
 * ["DebianScience/Astronomy"] (named from field::astronomy debtag)
 * ["DebianScience/Biology"] (named from field::biology debtag)
 * ["DebianScience/Chemistry"] (named from field::chemistry debtag)
 * ["DebianScience/Electronics"] (named from field::electronics debtag)
 * ["DebianScience/Geography"] (named from field::geography debtag)
 * ["DebianScience/Mathematics"] (named from field::mathematics debtag)
 * ["DebianScience/Physics"] (named from field::physics debtag)
 * ["DebianScience/Typesetting"] (named from use::typesetting debtag)
 * ["DebianScience/Viewing"] (named from use::viewing debtag)
== Other thematic links ==
 * DebianScience/ConferenceTools
 * DebianScience/DataFormats
 * ["DebianScience/Hardware"]
 * DebianScienceLibraries
 * ["DebianScience/Programming"]
 * DebianSciencePsychology
== Related links in this wiki ==
[[PageList(regex:case:^DebianScience.*$)]]

Debian Science

Goals

  • Provide to researchers and scientists better experience when using Debian.
  • Classify, package and distribute free software useful to science and research.
  • Support any quality efforts around free scientific software.

How to use it?

  • You can use Debian Science perfectly as you are using Debian because it is a completely internal project and is nothing else than Debian itself. We just felt a need to found a team that works as a strike force for scientific software inside Debian.
  • There have been efforts to create a CDD (Custom Debian Distribution) for Debian/Science, but at the moment no installer is available. Please see the section '[:DebianScience/CDD:http://wiki.debian.org/DebianScience/CDD]' for more details.

  • A proposal to create a custom repository for science-related unofficial packages has been made; see [:DebianScience/UnofficialRepository:http://wiki.debian.org/DebianScience/UnofficialRepository] for more info.

Resources

How to join

Contributing to Debian Science

Efforts that could be undertaken

  • ["DebianScience/CDD"]
  • ["DebianScience/LiveCD"]
  • ["DebianScience/Classification"]
  • ["DebianScience/Sponsoring"]
  • DebianScience/UnofficialRepository

  • ["DebianScience/Usertags"]
  • ["DebianScience/Wallpapers"]

Debian Science metapackages

  • ["DebianScience/Astronomy"] (named from field::astronomy debtag)
  • ["DebianScience/Biology"] (named from field::biology debtag)
  • ["DebianScience/Chemistry"] (named from field::chemistry debtag)
  • ["DebianScience/Electronics"] (named from field::electronics debtag)
  • ["DebianScience/Geography"] (named from field::geography debtag)
  • ["DebianScience/Mathematics"] (named from field::mathematics debtag)
  • ["DebianScience/Physics"] (named from field::physics debtag)
  • ["DebianScience/Typesetting"] (named from use::typesetting debtag)
  • ["DebianScience/Viewing"] (named from use::viewing debtag)

?PageList(regex:case:^DebianScience.*$)