Debian derivatives patches
These patches are created by
debdiff and the
Debian derivatives census scripts
and are based on the database and hash-based filesystem of
the Debian wayback machine and source packages
from the apt repositories referenced in the apt sources.list snippets from the
Debian derivatives census.
If you have any questions, please contact the
Debian derivatives frontdesk.
Many derivatives have different vision, practices, policies, release
schedules, goals and priorities to Debian, all of which may be reflected in
the patches produced.
If you contact any derivatives about these patches, please be polite and
You should also keep in mind that your assumptions about individual patches
may be incorrect due to the differences between Debian and our derivatives.
When contacting them, you might like to point derivatives at the
for our derivatives.
The current limitations of the patches generation are:
- Old patches are not yet removed regularly.
- There is no mechanism for filtering out patches.
- There is no web UI for marking patches as merged, rejected etc.
Debian derivatives census
input data and
contacts are available.
Sponsored by LeaseWeb.