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Zararfa SummerCamp 2012 - Debian packaging Giraffe and D-push

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  • 1. Staying up-to-date with Zarafa and the Debian Community Wolfram Quester tarent solutions GmbH Zarafa SummerCamp 2012Zarafa and Debian 1
  • 2. Introduction About Debian Packaging Z-Push What’s next? How to ContributeOverview Introduction About Debian Packaging Z-Push What’s next? How to ContributeZarafa and Debian 2
  • 3. Introduction About Debian Packaging Z-Push What’s next? How to ContributeZ-PushZarafa and Debian 3
  • 4. Introduction About Debian Packaging Z-Push What’s next? How to ContributeDebian - The Universal Operating System Announced 1993 Debian Social Contract (1997) Debian Free Software Guidelines Debian Community: Contributors (more than 6000) Maintainers (120) Developers (900) 144 downstream distributions1 : aptosid, grml, ucs, Ubuntu, Skolelinux, LinEx, ... Not (single) company-backed 1 according to distrowatch.comZarafa and Debian 4
  • 5. Introduction About Debian Packaging Z-Push What’s next? How to ContributeDebian - The Universal Operating System Architectures: Linux: amd64, armel, i386, ia64, mips, mipsel, powerpc, s390, sparc kFreeBSD: kfreebsd-amd64, kfreebsd-i386 → zfs, dtrace, pf Focussed on Quality: Packaging policy Testing: archive rebuilds, piuparts, lintian (Security) support for all packages - no 2nd class packages Released, when it’s done: 11 Releases Sid: ∼30 000 binary-packagesZarafa and Debian 5
  • 6. Introduction About Debian Packaging Z-Push What’s next? How to ContributeDebian Release Process Incomplete, Preparation of integrations, Experiments Uploads go in here Should always be releasable Actual Release, only Security UpdatesZarafa and Debian 6
  • 7. Introduction About Debian Packaging Z-Push What’s next? How to ContributeRebranding Change in Licensing: former Z-Push versions: GPLv2, but no Export to USA Z-Push Version 1.5: AGPL 3 * However, if you propagate an unmodified version of the Program you are * allowed to use the term "Z-Push" to indicate that you distribute the Program. * Furthermore you may use our trademarks where it is necessary to indicate * the intended purpose of a product or service provided you use it in * accordance with honest practices in industrial or commercial matters. * If you want to propagate modified versions of the Program under the name * "Z-Push", you may only do so if you have a written permission by * Zarafa Deutschland GmbH * (to acquire a permission please contact Zarafa at trademark@zarafa.com).Zarafa and Debian 7
  • 8. Introduction About Debian Packaging Z-Push What’s next? How to ContributeRebranding Remaining Problems: Patching is problematic Not feasible for downstream distributions What to do? Very helpful discussions with Zarafa! Solution: Rebrand to d-push!Zarafa and Debian 8
  • 9. Introduction About Debian Packaging Z-Push What’s next? How to ContributeGetting Forward Rebranding, Packaging, Patching First Upload: April 2011 User Contributions Translation of debconf questions (13 languages) cs, da, de, es, fr, it, nl, pl, pt_BR, pt, ru, sk, sv Autoconfiguration of webservers Hints for new versionsZarafa and Debian 9
  • 10. Introduction About Debian Packaging Z-Push What’s next? How to ContributePopcon =⇒ Doubled since last Summercamp!Zarafa and Debian 10
  • 11. Introduction About Debian Packaging Z-Push What’s next? How to ContributeGiraffeZarafa and Debian 11
  • 12. Introduction About Debian Packaging Z-Push What’s next? How to ContributeGiraffe Public git repository: http://anonscm.debian.org/gitweb/?p=git/ pkg-giraffe/d-push.git;a=summary Mailing list: pkg-giraffe-maintainers@lists.alioth.debian.org Wiki Page: http://wiki.debian.org/Giraffe Rebranding mostly done, but: LogosZarafa and Debian 12
  • 13. Introduction About Debian Packaging Z-Push What’s next? How to ContributeWhat’s next? Upload of d-push 2.0 (Ready for wheezy?) Upload of current zarafaZarafa and Debian 13
  • 14. Introduction About Debian Packaging Z-Push What’s next? How to ContributeGetting in SyncZarafa and Debian 14
  • 15. Introduction About Debian Packaging Z-Push What’s next? How to ContributeHow to Contribute: At Debian Groupware Meeting When, Where: During April at Linuxhotel, Essen, Germany Focus: Packaging and integration of groupware related software into Debian Interoperability testing and fixing Bug fixing Fun Free form: No schedule No talks Topics are collected in the Wiki http://wiki.debian.org/Groupware Small group, newcomers welcomeZarafa and Debian 15
  • 16. Introduction About Debian Packaging Z-Push What’s next? How to ContributeHow to Contribute: During the Year Mailing list: http://lists.alioth.debian.org/mailman/ listinfo/calendarserver-discuss Report bugs Contribute patches Use it!!!Zarafa and Debian 16
  • 17. Introduction About Debian Packaging Z-Push What’s next? How to ContributeThanks I hope to see you at the next Debian Groupware Meeting!!!Zarafa and Debian 17

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