I’m not sure where exactly to ask, this category seemed appropriate.
First of all, thanks for working on Turris, it’s a nice little toy
I finally had some time to try compile some turris packages. It went mostly smoothly (well, it took me a while to find out that you have to first enable the package in menuconfig, otherwise it won’t build). I have compiled myself duplicity http://duplicity.nongnu.org/. It’s working, but the Makefiles are not 100% refined to be pushed to upstream. Now what?
Should I try to push the packages to turris repo or to openwrt? I don’t know what testing is necessary for openwrt I only know it works for me on turris.
Duplicity is librsync + three or four python modules. Should I create separate makefiles for each module or put everything together in one makefile? Creating separate makefiles makes more sense to me.
If push the makefiles to turris repo, how can I know that there has been bug reported against it so that I can fix it?