Nowadays npm offers hundred of packages which are not currently in Debian.
It's really easy start work on some module and then discover that it depends on dozens of no-packaged-for-debian modules.
To well organize your work we suggest you to create a new Task page as subpage of this where address your current working status.
Create a new task
We like optimization, so do not be afraid. To create a new page, grab a copy of js_task_edit.py and bug-check.sh. These files are available in an Alioth repository.
Here a example:
python js_task_create.py ws
It will create a file called js_task_page with the content of new Wiki Task Page. Then you have just to copy and paste content to a new Wiki Page. We encourage you to use a subpage of this one, see current opened tasks for more info.
Edit a task page
It will help you to edit a current task and will paste in your clipboard the new content. You have just to paste it in the browser, the script takes also care about open the correct page.
For more information use --help option.
This is the current list of opened Tasks:
/npm: Packaging of latest npm (5.x)
/electron: Install prebuilt electron binaries for the command-line using npm (it has to go to contrib)
Browserify: browser-side require() the node way
lineman: A grunt-based project scaffold for HTML/CSS/JS apps (very large)
lineman-angular: A Lineman plugin for Angular projects
grunt-release: Release a new version of your Node-based project
keybase: the keybase.io client (deprecated upstream)
?openlayers: OpenLayers 3
Mapbox Studio Classic: Design radically custom maps and datasets powered by vector tiles (note: original mapbox-studio module is now called mapbox-studio-classic).
Vega: visualization grammar
babel-cli: Babel command line
tap: Tool for testing package (upgrading)
tape: Tool for testing package extending tap
yarnpkg: Fast, reliable and secure npm alternative