Describe OsamuAoki here.
I have been working on several projects. Here are the links.
[http://people.debian.org/~osamu Osamu's Debian web page]
[http://qref.sourceforge.net/ Debian Reference page]
CVS repo: $ cvs -z3 -d :ext:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvsroot/qref co -P qref
[http://alioth.debian.org/projects/pkg-ime/ IME package page]
SVN repo: http://svn.debian.org/wsvn/pkg-ime
- SVN repo: svn://svn.debian.org/pkg-ime/
Services provided for the DD
Debian DNS and BSMTP are lesser known service for the DD but these are quite useful.
Following is not tested contents. This is under contraction.
When we got Debian account as DD, we knew we obtained followings:
- package upload privilage,
a cute mail address like email@example.com on MX=master.debian.org, (You can forward but there is no POP service) and
- shell accounts on many fast/strange architecture machines.
We have few more less known benefits.
Alternative mail account like firstname.lastname@example.org on MX=people.debian.org
- check the latest DNS MX record.
- Access to the third level domain names *.debian.net
Set this via GPG signed mail to email@example.com
- virtual domain MX support on Debian host machines.
- Accessible through SSH/BSMTP on debian hosts.
- People seem to use people.debian.org machine.
- The use of this eliminates needs for POP server at Debian or your external mail address.
- Check /etc/exim4/* of each host
See following for how to do it.
[http://db.debian.org/forward.html Debian GNU/Linux -- Email Forwarding]
[http://db.debian.org/doc-mail.html Debian GNU/Linux -- LDAP Gateway]
[http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel/2001/debian-devel-200102/msg00965.html BSMTP on debian.net]