contributors.debian.org website development

See http://contributors.debian.org/ for the instance currently deployed. See also http://www.enricozini.org/2013/debian/debian-contributors-right-after-debconf/ for some background. The site is written with Django.

website TODO list

This website TODO list contains only those items that can clearly be worked on right now, and is used as coordination between the people working on the site. Generic wishlists, things that require large changes in the site, or things that need a lot of discussion before being implemented, are tracked on the BTS.

Data sources

We want to map all kind of Debian contributions: to do this, we'll need different data sources to mine (repositories, mailing lists, bug tracking system, log of webservices, etc.). For each contribution, we only need:

Adding a new data source is quite easy, and does not always require coding skills.
You have to be a Debian Developer, though: if you are not one but you have a ready-to-cook recipe for a new data source, please contact the development mailing list and ask for help.
If you are a Debian Developer, check this page to find out how to add a new data source.

Is your team/contribution already in the following list? If not, add it and try to work on it (or at least provide a plan on how to gather those data).

List of identified data sources

Contribution type / Team

Status

by

Comment

http://ftp.debian.org

done

Ganneff, ansgar, mhy

-

http://dsa.debian.org/

done

zobel

-

Debian Security Tracker

done

FedericoCeratto

-

http://bzr.debian.org/

done

asb

-

Collab Maint

done

enrico

-

debconf subtitle team

done

madamezou

needs implementation server side to also show people without a @debian.org address

nm-site-devel

done

enrico

scanning git logs, or the mailing list, should do

spam review

done

formorer, madamezou

http://svn.debian.org/

done

tincho

http://www.debian.org/

proof of concept

enrico

can be done scanning CVS repo logs

debconf

volunteer needed

just ask historical penta logs for all subset of volunteers and process them (will need coding skills)

Debian Perl team

done

tincho

https://contributors.debian.org/source/Perl%20packaging%20group

http://wiki.debian.org/

done

sledge, enrico

Debian Publicity team

done

madamezou

uses svndirs via dc-tool

BTS

volunteer needed

maybe second-hand data via UDD? (will need coding skills). There is a first approach using UDD https://gitlab.com/debiants/udd2dc (runned until 2015-08-14), enrico is working in a new version that reads BTS logs and now is running https://contributors.debian.org/source/bugs.debian.org

Debian Blends

volunteer needed

there is an activity tracker for the Blends that can be adapted (will need coding skills)

l10n (po-debconf, website)

wip

madamezou, laura

the l10n bot can be adapted (will need coding skills, here's the repo containing it)

l10n (manuals, documentation)

volunteer needed

scanning SVN repo logs for the debian-doc group (here the repo)

l10n (ddtp)

volunteer needed

maintainers of the web interface (ddtss) should have logs of submissions, it should be possible to adapt them (will need coding skills)

l10n (installer)

volunteer needed

ask debian-boot (may be possible to use the d-i repo, but then we'd have also other contributors to d-i, not only translators. Also, sometime the person translating and the one committing are not the same

voters

volunteer needed

Contact points: http://www.debian.org/intro/organization as project secretary. This will be one step in having contributors.debian.org replace the current database used for MIA tracking.

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