http://www.debian.org/doc/devel-manuals#devref - 데비안 개발자 레퍼런스.
이 문서는 데비안 개발에 관한 모두를 위한 참고서입니다. 이 매뉴얼은 데비안 관리자를 위한 절차와 리소스를 설명합니다. 버그 추적 시스템, 메일링 리스트, 프로젝트 회원 가입 방법, 업로드 절차, 번역 등을 처리하는 방법을 설명합니다.
Debian Developer (DD)은 데비안 프로젝트 참여자를 의미합니다. 데비안 개발자들은 데비안 소프트웨어 패키징을 위해 일하거나, 프로젝트의 번역과 같은 다른 작업들을 통해 많은 방법으로 기여합니다. 모든 종류의 기여를 환영합니다.
각 참여자는 새 데비안 구성원 절차의 패키지 관련 분야에 선택적으로 참여할 수 있고, 원하는 경우 데비안 아카이브에 패키지를 업로드할 수 있는 권한을 얻게 됩니다.
데비안 개발자 되기
누구나 새 데비안 구성원 지원 절차를 통해 데비안 개발자가 될 수 있습니다. 이 프로세스 설명은 아래에 있습니다.
Each individual application process is conducted by an existing Debian Developer who acts as Application Manager. (At present, Debian Developers can apply to become Application Managers after six months as project members.)
이 섹션에서 쓰는 용어:
Applicant는 """데비안 개발자"""가 되기 위해 지원하는 지원자를 말합니다. (프로젝트 멤버)
Application Manager (AM)는 지원자의 데비안에 대한 지식과 기존 기여에 대한 정보를 수집합니다. collects information about an Applicant's knowledge of Debian, and contributions already made.
데비안 개발자가 되는 절차
Steps required to become a project member, or Debian Developer
Before applying to the Debian New Member process :
You should have read the developer documentation.
You need to have an advocate.
- Be sure to have enough free time.
Advocating a Debian Project Member
Every application to become a Debian Developer must be advocated by an existing Debian Developer who is familiar with the applicant's work, and who believes that he/she is of a suitable standard both technically and socially.
- This is an example template for a good advocation message:
Why do you advocate this person? (please provide a 5-10 line summary). You are encouraged to take questions such as the following into account but you're not limited to answering these: - How have they contributed to Debian already? - What do they intend to do for Debian in the future? - How do they interact with others, such as users and other members?
2단계: Work with the Application Manager
Once your application has been accepted you must wait to be assigned an Application Manager. The Application Manager will:
check your knowledge of Debian, see Philosophy and Procedures.
check the work you have already done in Debian, and ask questions relevant to work you say you plan to do in the future, see Tasks and Skills.
write an report that describes why the Application Manager thinks you are ready to become a Debian member, see recommendation.
If you want to gain unrestricted rights to upload packages to the Debian archive, then you will also have to answer questions about packaging in the Philosophy and Procedures and the Tasks and Skills parts, or to have existing packaging contributions that demonstrate your mastery of the relevant topics. Normally the Application Manager will need to ask questions about at least a few topics to see if you have read the required documentation.
3단계: Account creation
Once the Application Manager agrees that you are ready to become a Debian Developer and submits a report, you should carry on with your current Debian work while you wait for:
As a DD (i.e. a Debian Member) you're eligible to several benefits, including special discounts for some services.
debian-devel-announce: this is the only mailing list that it is compulsory for Debian Developers to read
debian-mentors: help for new package maintainers
debian-devel: discussion of technical development topics
debian-project: discussion of non-technical aspects of the Debian project
Debian Developer's Reference, a manual for everyone working on Debian development, whether new or old to the project.
Developer questions can be found (and hopefully answered) at DeveloperFAQ.
A collection of DFSG-compliant licenses has been started on DFSGLicenses.
A collection of useful links for packaging libraries for Debian can be found at LibPackaging.
데비안 개발자 정보
https://www.debian.org/devel/people - current package contributors listing
account database - database of Debian members and guest accounts
Debian Developer's Portfolio - resources collecting per-developer information