Create Debian official package for the Debian OS

Asked by mmesantos1 on 2012-06-24

I was wondering if you would be able to create a debian version of Covergloobus. Something that could be added tot he Debian repo. I have been using this great little app for my Ubuntu OS and love it. I am now running Crunchbang which is based on Debian Stable and uses the same repo's as Debian.
Currently I have to download the .deb file and install it to get this app for my OS. I would prefer an actuall official Debian package to install instead of one meant to be installed on a Ubuntu install. Please let me know if this is something that can be done. Thank you for your consideration in this matter.

Marc

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2012-06-24
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2012-07-06
Alexandr Grigorcea (cahr-gr) said : #1

Sorry, but seems nobody is interested to make a debian package. Personally
I'm an archlinux user and right now I have no time to study debian
packaging. If you are interested you can help us with that.

On Sun, Jun 24, 2012 at 3:15 AM, mmesantos1 <
<email address hidden>> wrote:

> New question #201288 on CoverGloobus:
> https://answers.launchpad.net/covergloobus/+question/201288
>
> I was wondering if you would be able to create a debian version of
> Covergloobus. Something that could be added tot he Debian repo. I have been
> using this great little app for my Ubuntu OS and love it. I am now running
> Crunchbang which is based on Debian Stable and uses the same repo's as
> Debian.
> Currently I have to download the .deb file and install it to get this app
> for my OS. I would prefer an actuall official Debian package to install
> instead of one meant to be installed on a Ubuntu install. Please let me
> know if this is something that can be done. Thank you for your
> consideration in this matter.
>
> Marc
>
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> contact for CoverGloobus.
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