I've made a virtual appliance with the core. Now what?

Asked by Rik Goldman

I've used the brilliant TurnKey Core to create an appliance. From exploring the wiki, it looks like others could use this appliance. What's are my next steps for the appliance to be approved, accepted, and distributed through TurnKey? I'd like to know what specific, discreet steps should be taken.

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Best Alon Swartz (alonswartz) said :

Have you looked at the development documentation [1], it should answer your questions?

In a nutshell, it depends if you used tklpatch, or developed a prototype virtual appliance. If you used tklpatch, there are specific notes on publishing here [2].

Feel free to ask more questions if something is not clear.
Looking forward to see what you came up with.

[1] http://www.turnkeylinux.org/community/development
[2] http://www.turnkeylinux.org/docs/tklpatch/publishing

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Rik Goldman (rikgoldman) said :

I've looked at the devel wiki and don't see a place to submit my notes. Do I simply create a new page under my account? Or do I submit a new blueprint? New blueprint doesn't look quite right, since there's not a place for notes and the pages asks a lot of questions I don't answers to (such as who is what role).

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Alon Swartz (alonswartz) said :

For now, I recommend posting your notes to the general forum [1]


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Rik Goldman (rikgoldman) said :

Thanks Alon Swartz, that solved my question.