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|DebianBug:347922 :create a page on how to write an installation report (see the installation manual and keep in touch with d-i people).
DebianBug:489027 :fix http://www.debian.org/Bugs/server-refcard to show only "thanks" (instead of "thanks...") and link full and complete documentation for that command in http://www.debian.org/Bugs/server-control#thanks
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DebianBug:510894 :if you want to fix this you need some Perl knowledge and you have to be very careful: the risk is to break out part of the site.
Unix group: webwml, debwww, pkg_maint
- Services handled by the team:
/srv/search.debian.org/ on http://search.debian.org/ (senfl.d.o)
- /srv/cgi.debian.org/ on cgi.debian.org (master.d.o)
/srv/packages.debian.org/ on http://packages.debian.org/ (powell.d.o) - related but different team/permissions
Most of the stuff regarding webmaster work is described at the aforementioned web site and all prospective editors are highly recommended to read it.
Interacting with the team
Read the docs first: http://www.debian.org/devel/website/
Request tracker: http://bugs.debian.org/www.debian.org
All work is shared in two teams:
- people in the debwww group - particular webmaster-only stuff
- people in the webwml group - everything reachable via webwml CVS
The webwml CVS/group does the bulk of the editing. The debwww Unix group handles the bits necessary for webwml to propagate onto the web site, CGI scripts, and similar intricate details.
You can request CVS commit access through the alioth project, please fill in the comment box with a reasoning.
You are skilled in design/CSS or coding/Perl, know about the firebug/webdeveloper toolbars, are ready to understand required constraints of debian.org websites and want to make them clearer and improve navigation? Join us, there are plenty of bugs[bug] to solve and improvement to be achieved.
Even if you don't see yourself in the above mentioned skills, you still can help the web team in various ways: People working on the content of specific subparts (like events pages, users or consultants subareas) are also very welcome. You don't need much knowledge about the above mentioned parts, just being willing to dig into stuff and invest a bit of time every now and then.
Below you can found a list of tasks to be done, in order of difficulty: take a look and feel free to submit a patch.
Spam Clean: coordinating the cleaning of spam from the debian-www mailing list
TODO: a TODO page for the team
Meetings: past and next meetings of the team.