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|The [Debian Janitor](https://jelmer.uk/debian-janitor.html) is a new bot that automatically creates merge proposals fixing minor issues in Debian packages that are maintained in Git.||The [[https://jelmer.uk/debian-janitor.html|Debian Janitor]] is a new bot that automatically creates merge proposals fixing minor issues in Debian packages that are maintained in Git.|
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|For more information, see its [FAQ](https://janitor.debian.net/lintian-fixes/#faq).||For more information, see its [[https://janitor.debian.net/lintian-fixes/#faq|FAQ]].|
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The Debian Janitor
The Debian Janitor is a new bot that automatically creates merge proposals fixing minor issues in Debian packages that are maintained in Git.
The bot is designed to be conservative and delight with consistently correct fixes instead of proposing possibly incorrect fixes and hoping for the best. It is currently being rolled out gradually.
For more information, see its FAQ.
-- Jelmer Vernooĳ
FreedomBox looking for contributors
FreedomBox - a Debian pure blend server OS designed to be user-friendly and privacy-oriented - is looking for new contributors! In April 2019, we launched a commercial FreedomBox product with Olimex. And it went so well that we have an influx in requests for new software features. To respond to this feedback, we need more developers! Though we can currently handle urgent development matters, FreedomBox has many wish-list items which our small team can't always make time for. We need help from our friends in Debian!
Another place to find clearly-defined tasks is the "Contributor Invites" category on our forum, which is targeted at new contributors.
If you have any questions about an issue, feel free to comment on it, or discuss with us on #freedombox-dev. We also discuss development ideas on our forum in the "Development" category.
-- James Valleroy & the FreedomBox Team