Merge lp:~dholbach/ubuntu-packaging-guide/890580 into lp:ubuntu-packaging-guide

Proposed by Daniel Holbach on 2013-01-21
Status: Merged
Merged at revision: 260
Proposed branch: lp:~dholbach/ubuntu-packaging-guide/890580
Merge into: lp:ubuntu-packaging-guide
Diff against target: 36 lines (+19/-0)
1 file modified
ubuntu-packaging-guide/index.rst (+19/-0)
To merge this branch: bzr merge lp:~dholbach/ubuntu-packaging-guide/890580
Reviewer Review Type Date Requested Status
Iain Lane 2013-01-21 Approve on 2013-01-22
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Make mainpage more welcoming

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Iain Lane (laney) wrote :

It looks nice. Thank you!

review: Approve

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5 Ubuntu Packaging Guide
6 ==================================================
8+Welcome to the Ubuntu Packaging and Development Guide! This is the official
9+place for learning all about Ubuntu Development and packaging. After reading
10+this guide you will have:
12+* heard about the most important players, processes and tools in
13+ Ubuntu development,
14+* your development environment set up correctly,
15+* a better idea of how to join our community,
16+* fixed an actual Ubuntu bug as part of the tutorials.
18 Ubuntu is not only a free and open source operating system, its platform is
19 also open and developed in a transparent fashion. The source code for every
20 single component can be obtained easily and every single change to the Ubuntu
21@@ -17,6 +27,15 @@
22 Ubuntu platform developers is always interested in helping peers getting
23 started.
25+Ubuntu is also a community of great people who believe in free software and
26+that it should be accessible for everyone. Its members are welcoming and want
27+you to be involved as well. We want you to get involved, to ask questions, to
28+make Ubuntu better together with us.
30+If you run into problems: don't panic! Check out the :doc:`communication
31+article<./communication>` and you will find out how to most easily get in
32+touch with other developers.
34 The guide is split up into two sections:
36 * A list of articles based on tasks, things you want to get done.


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