Debian Developer's Packages Overview
Firstly, one can append &packages=pkg1+pkg2+... to the URL, or enter package names in the 'Display configuration' form. This will create a new section "url" in the listing, independently of the selected login.
Secondly, using the DDPO control bot at firstname.lastname@example.org, packages are added to the listing for a login (mail address), optionally sorted in user-defined sections. The following commands are accepted:
- user address
Process commands for address. Defaults to the address used in the From: header.
Example: user email@example.com
- subscribe srcpackage [section]
Adds srcpackage to the listing. If section is omitted, defaults to "ddpo". This command can also be used to move srcpackage to a different section.
Examples: subscribe endeavour
subscribe rdiff-backup sponsor-panthera
The special section "uploader" allows subscription to uploads made by a developer. This is useful when a DD is not using their @debian.org address for their packages. It is also possible to use a keyid here (8-char, prefixed by 0x; useful if the account was created recently and the projectb does not know about it yet). (Appending &uploader= to the URL gives the same result.)
Example: subscribe firstname.lastname@example.org uploader
- unsubscribe srcpackage
Removes the srcpackage from the listing.
Example: unsubscribe libextractor
Print the list of subscribed packages (automatically shown after subscribe/unsubscribe commands).
Print help text.
Stops processing commands.
Display configuration: (click to collapse)
Blue packages are co-maintained by this developer
The 'Bugs' columns display the real number of bugs. If there are merged bugs, the total is in parentheses
Version columns are color-coded, mouseover titles show more information:
Cyan: package in stable
Red: package in stable security (not shown if also in stable)
Dark blue: package in stable proposed updates (not shown if also in stable security)
Light blue: package pending for stable proposed updates (not shown if also in stable security)
Light purple: package on volatile.debian.org
Dark purple: package on backports.org
Purple: testing version
Green: unstable version
Red: non-maintainer upload
Grey: version in new
Orange: version in incoming
Light Red: version in delayed
green: Ubuntu version is in sync with version in unstable
magenta: Ubuntu version is greater than version in unstable
navy blue: Ubuntu version is lower than version in unstable
The 'Popcon' column displays the maximal install count for any binary in the source package
green: upstream found version is in sync with version in unstable/experimental
magenta: upstream found version is greater than version in unstable
navy blue: upstream found version is lower than version in unstable (a bug in the watch file?)
Error: uscan had problems following the watch file
The 'pending uploads' section shows packages uploaded/Changed-By this developer in incoming, new, and delayed
The 'uploads' sections show all packages in the archive signed by this developer's key (NMUs, sponsored, QA uploads)
Updated: general information: Sat May 18 12:01:30 UTC 2013, projectb: Sat May 18 18:15:17 UTC 2013, bugs: Sat May 18 18:19:16 UTC 2013. Time needed to generate page: 0.00s
Report problems with DDPO to the qa.debian.org pseudopackage.