This is a Debian micronews service complementing other services such as:
Micronews is powered by Pelican. You can find the templates and theme used on this blog in our (Git) repository. Patches, proposals for new themes and constructive suggestions are welcome!
Everybody is welcome to submit any item that they consider will be useful. The publicity team is in charge of moderating and publishing. Remember the news items should be short, and should almost always include a URL.
Clone the git repository (you already have write access):
$ git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:publicity-team/micronews.git
add.py script. (
add.py requires that Python 3 be installed in your system):
$ ./add.py -a "Ana Guerrero López" -t "Debian and Tor Services available as Onion Services https://bits.debian.org/2016/08/debian-and-tor-services-available-as-onion-services.html"
Then commit and push, or simply press "y" to push immediately if you are sure.
The publicity team will see your commit and will push the micronews if there is not any issue with it. You can send a ping in
#debian-publicity if it's urgent or it has not been published after one or two days.
You have several options:
Request write access to the Publicity team in Salsa. Once it's granted to you, follow the steps listed above for Debian Developers.
Contact us using IRC in channel
#debian-publicity on the OFTC network, and ask us there.
Send a mail to email@example.com and ask your item to be included in micronews. This is a publicly archived list.
If the change is small and you have write access to git, feel free to commit it directly.
Otherwise, please open a bug report in the Debian Bug Tracking System against the pseudo-package press
This site is under the same license and copyright as the Debian website, see Debian WWW pages license.
If you want to contact us, please send an email to the debian-publicity mailing list. This is a publicly archived list.