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Bugs can be filed against the [[DebianBug:qa.debian.org]] pseudo-package, with user '''qa.debian.org@packages.debian.org''' and usertag '''udd'''. See [[DebianBug:692943|this bug]] for an example.


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[[DebianBug:637524|this bug]] for the correct pseudo-headers).
Bugs can be filed against the [[DebianBug:qa.debian.org]] pseudo-package, with user '''qa.debian.org@packages.debian.org''' and usertag '''udd'''. See [[DebianBug:692943|this bug]] or [[DebianBug:637524|that bug]] for examples of the pseudo-headers.

Getting the code

Browse on gitweb

# clone over git://
git clone git://git.debian.org/collab-qa/udd.git

# or over ssh:
git clone ssh://git.debian.org/git/collab-qa/udd.git

Development environment with Vagrant

The easiest way to hack on UDD is using the Vagrant development environment.

Just run vagrant up in the UDD source code. See Vagrantfile and the vagrant scripts for details.

This development environment supports setting up tunnels to access the main instance remotely, or dumping/importing data locally, depending on what you want to work on.

If you don't want to use Vagrant, your best bet is to look at the Vagrant provision script to understand how to setup your own instance manually.

Hack, hack, hack

Please submit patches to debian-qa mailing list.

Bugs can be filed against the qa.debian.org pseudo-package, with user qa.debian.org@packages.debian.org and usertag udd. See this bug or that bug for examples of the pseudo-headers.