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Ubuntu Packaging
Ubuntu Packaging
Translated and reviewed by Malcolm Parsons on 2006-09-20
Located in C/ubuntu.xml:15(title)
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Uploading and Review
Uploading and Review
Translated and reviewed by Malcolm Parsons on 2006-09-20
Located in C/ubuntu.xml:18(title)
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Once you have created a source package (either a completely new package or just an update/bugfix), you will want to distribute your package so that other people can enjoy your hard work. The most effective way to do that for <phrase>Ubuntu</phrase> is to contribute your package to the Universe repository. The community developers who are responsible for the Universe repository are known as Masters of the Universe (<ulink url="https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MOTU">MOTU</ulink>). <ulink url="http://revu.tauware.de">REVU</ulink> is a web-based tool that gives people a place to upload their source packages for other people to look at and for MOTUs to review in a structured manner.
Once you have created a source package (either a completely new package or just an update/bugfix), you will want to distribute your package so that other people can enjoy your hard work. The most effective way to do that for <phrase>Ubuntu</phrase> is to contribute your package to the Universe repository. The community developers who are responsible for the Universe repository are known as Masters of the Universe (<ulink url="https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MOTU">MOTU</ulink>). <ulink url="http://revu.tauware.de">REVU</ulink> is a Web-based tool that gives people a place to upload their source packages for other people to look at and for MOTUs to review in a structured manner.
Translated and reviewed by Malcolm Parsons on 2006-09-20
Located in C/ubuntu.xml:20(para)
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Contributing as an Uploader
Contributing as an Uploader
Translated and reviewed by Malcolm Parsons on 2006-09-20
Located in C/ubuntu.xml:32(title)
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First, you will need to have your <ulink url="https://wiki.ubuntu.com/GPGKey">GPG Key</ulink> added to the REVU keyring. This step ensures that your packages really come from you and helps track uploads.
First, you will need to have your <ulink url="https://wiki.ubuntu.com/GPGKey">GPG Key</ulink> added to the REVU keyring. This step ensures that your packages really come from you and helps track uploads.
Translated and reviewed by Malcolm Parsons on 2006-09-20
Located in C/ubuntu.xml:34(para)
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To add your key, send a <emphasis>signed</emphasis> email with your GnuPG key ID asking to be added to the REVU keyring to <email>keyring@tiber.tauware.de</email>. One of the REVU admins will add you to the uploaders keyring and reply to your email. You don't need a password to upload packages, only to log in to the website and to reply to comments.
To add your key, send a <emphasis>signed</emphasis> e-mail with your GnuPG key ID asking to be added to the REVU keyring to <email>keyring@tiber.tauware.de</email>. One of the REVU admins will add you to the uploaders keyring and reply to your e-mail. You don't need a password to upload packages, only to log in to the website and to reply to comments.
Translated and reviewed by Malcolm Parsons on 2006-09-20
Located in C/ubuntu.xml:39(para)
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It is not necessary to have your key signed by others to upload to REVU, but it is a good idea to have it done at some point.
It is not necessary to have your key signed by others to upload to REVU, but it is a good idea to have it done at some point.
Translated and reviewed by Malcolm Parsons on 2006-09-20
Located in C/ubuntu.xml:46(para)
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Uploading your packages
Uploading your packages
Translated and reviewed by Malcolm Parsons on 2006-09-20
Located in C/ubuntu.xml:51(title)
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Uploading to REVU uses <application>dput</application>. The <phrase>Ubuntu</phrase> version of <application>dput</application> already knows about REVU so you do not need to change any configuration files. Only upload signed packages, and unlike other repositories, you should always include the original tarball, otherwise reviewers will not be able to look at your extracted source package. In order to do so, use the options "-S -sa" with <application>debuild</application> or <application>dpkg-buildpackage</application> to build only the source package and to include the original source in the upload.
Uploading to REVU uses <application>dput</application>. The <phrase>Ubuntu</phrase> version of <application>dput</application> already knows about REVU so you do not need to change any configuration files. Only upload signed packages, and unlike other repositories, you should always include the original tarball, otherwise reviewers will not be able to look at your extracted source package. In order to do so, use the options "-S -sa" with <application>debuild</application> or <application>dpkg-buildpackage</application> to build only the source package and to include the original source in the upload.
Translated and reviewed by Malcolm Parsons on 2006-09-20
Located in C/ubuntu.xml:53(para)
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After the source package is built, you can use <application>dput</application> with the above config file changes to upload it by specifying just the <filename>_source.changes</filename> file that was created:
After the source package is built, you can use <application>dput</application> with the above config file changes to upload it by specifying just the <filename>_source.changes</filename> file that was created:
Translated and reviewed by Malcolm Parsons on 2006-09-20
Located in C/ubuntu.xml:63(para)
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