Hi, my name is João Eriberto Mota Filho.

  Please, call me Eriberto.

  I am Brazilian and a Debian Developer. My official site is here.

  My main focuses are packaging and help new maintainers.

  Thanks for visiting. See below some interesting itens.

 

Sumary

 

My fake packages for debian/watch:

To avoid a false impression that you ignored the watch file by laziness and to inform an actual status, I created three fake packages. These packages say if there no upstream site, if there no release in upstream site or if the upstream site there a package but doesn't allow track it (using a JavaScript to block it, for example).

Some people are using my fake packages and you can see the results in my DDPO. Look at 0.No-Site, 0.No-Release and 0.No-Track.

Feel free if you want to use this solution.



version=4
opts=dversionmangle=s/.*/0.No-Site/ \
https://people.debian.org/~eriberto/ FakeWatchNoUpstreamSiteForThisPackage-(\d\S+)\.gz

or

version=4
opts=dversionmangle=s/.*/0.No-Release/ \
https://people.debian.org/~eriberto/ FakeWatchNoUpstreamReleaseForThisPackage-(\d\S+)\.gz

or

version=4
opts=dversionmangle=s/.*/0.No-Track/ \
https://people.debian.org/~eriberto/ FakeWatchNoUpstreamTrackingForThisPackage-(\d\S+)\.gz


  * debian/watch: added a fake site to explain about the current
      status of the original upstream homepage.

 

How to write a good debian/watch easily

There is a post about it in my personal blog. To read, click here.

 

Debian: how to use blhc to solve hardening issues when packaging

Another post in my personal blog. To read, click here.

 

Some interesting links in Debian Project

 

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