Andreas Tille | 17 Apr 11:24 2014
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Bug#744996: ITP: varscan -- variant detection in next-generation sequencing data

Package: wnpp
Severity: wishlist
Owner: Andreas Tille <tille <at> debian.org>

* Package name    : varscan
  Version         : 2.3.6
  Upstream Author : Dan Koboldt
* URL             : http://varscan.sourceforge.net/
* License         : NPOSL-3.0
  Programming Lang: Java
  Description     : variant detection in next-generation sequencing data
 Variant detection in massively parallel sequencing. For one sample,
 calls SNPs, indels, and consensus genotypes. For tumor-normal pairs,
 further classifies each variant as Germline, Somatic, or LOH, and also
 detects somatic copy number changes.

This package is maintained by the Debian Med team at
 git://anonscm.debian.org/debian-med/varscan.git

Andreas Tille | 16 Apr 19:30 2014
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Bug#744960: ITP: smalt -- Sequence Mapping and Alignment Tool

Package: wnpp
Severity: wishlist
Owner: Andreas Tille <tille <at> debian.org>

* Package name    : smalt
  Version         : 0.7.6
  Upstream Author : Hannes Ponstingl <hp3 <at> sanger.ac.uk>
* URL             : http://www.sanger.ac.uk/resources/software/smalt/
* License         : GPL
  Programming Lang: C
  Description     : Sequence Mapping and Alignment Tool
 SMALT efficiently aligns DNA sequencing reads with a reference genome.
 It Reads from a wide range of sequencing platforms, for example Illumina,
 Roche-454, Ion Torrent, PacBio or ABI-Sanger, can be processed including
 paired reads.
 .
 The software employs a perfect hash index of short words (< 20
 nucleotides long), sampled at equidistant steps along the genomic
 reference sequences.
 .
 For each read, potentially matching segments in the reference are
 identified from seed matches in the index and subsequently aligned with
 the read using a banded Smith-Waterman algorithm.
 .
 The best gapped alignments of each read is reported including a score
 for the reliability of the best mapping. The user can adjust the
 trade-off between sensitivity and speed by tuning the length and spacing
 of the hashed words.
 .
 A mode for the detection of split (chimeric) reads is provided.
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Philipp Huebner | 15 Apr 20:39 2014
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Bug#744885: ITP: erlang-p1 -- set of Erlang libraries from ProcessOne

Package: wnpp
Severity: wishlist
Owner: Philipp Huebner <debalance <at> debian.org>

* Package name    : erlang-p1-*
  Version         : all different
  Upstream Author : ProcessOne
* URL             : https://github.com/processone/
* License         : GPL 2+, Apache 2.0, BSD 3-Clause, EPL 1.1, ...
  Programming Lang: C, Erlang
  Description     : set of Erlang libraries from ProcessOne needed for
                    ejabberd

ProcessOne have split off a dozen or so pieces of the ejabberd codebase
into their own projects. This was to better follow OTP guidelines and be
able to re-use the code more easily in other projects.

Since all these basically come from an existing package I won't open
ITPs for every single one of them. I have already packaged them and
even resolved some license issues with upstream, they're basically good
to go (into NEW).

This is the complete list:

p1_cache_tab    https://github.com/processone/cache_tab
0.2013.05.15    erlang-p1-cache-tab     GPL 2+

p1_iconv        https://github.com/processone/eiconv
0.2013.12.09    erlang-p1-iconv         GPL 2+

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Philipp Huebner | 15 Apr 20:26 2014
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Bug#744883: ITP: erlang-xmlrpc -- HTTP 1.1 compliant XML-RPC library for Erlang

Package: wnpp
Severity: wishlist
Owner: Philipp Huebner <debalance <at> debian.org>

* Package name    : erlang-xmlrpc
  Version         : 0.2014.03.17
  Upstream Author : 2003 Joakim Grebenö <jocke <at> gleipnir.com>
                    2009-2014 Romuald du Song <rdusong <at> gmail.com>
* URL             : https://github.com/rds13/xmlrpc
* License         : ZLIB style
  Programming Lang: Erlang
  Description     : HTTP 1.1 compliant XML-RPC library for Erlang

 This is an HTTP 1.1 compliant XML-RPC library for Erlang. It is
 designed to make it easy to write XML-RPC Erlang clients and/or
 servers. The library is compliant with the XML-RPC specification
 published by http://www.xmlrpc.org/.

 This is a new dependency of the latest ejabberd release.

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Philipp Huebner | 15 Apr 20:20 2014
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Bug#744882: ITP: erlang-goldrush -- small Erlang app that provides fast event stream processing

Package: wnpp
Severity: wishlist
Owner: Philipp Huebner <debalance <at> debian.org>

* Package name    : erlang-goldrush
  Version         : 0.1.6
  Upstream Author : 2012 Magnus Klaar <klaar <at> ninenines.eu>
* URL             : https://github.com/DeadZen/goldrush
* License         : ISC
  Programming Lang: Erlang
  Description     : small Erlang app that provides fast event stream processing

 Goldrush is a small Erlang app that provides fast event stream processing
 .
 Features:
  * Event processing compiled to a query module
   - per module protected event processing statistics
   - query module logic can be combined for any/all filters
   - query module logic can be reduced to efficiently match event processing
  * Complex event processing logic
   - match input events with greater than (gt) logic
   - match input events with less than (lt) logic
   - match input events with equal to (eq) logic
   - match input events with wildcard (wc) logic
   - match input events with notfound (nf) logic
   - match no input events (null blackhole) logic
   - match all input events (null passthrough) logic
  * Handle output events
   - Once a query has been composed the output action can be overridden
     with an erlang function. The function will be applied to each
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Philipp Huebner | 15 Apr 20:13 2014
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Bug#744880: ITP: erlang-lager -- logging framework for Erlang

Package: wnpp
Severity: wishlist
Owner: Philipp Huebner <debalance <at> debian.org>

* Package name    : erlang-lager
  Version         : 2.0.3
  Upstream Author : 2011-2014 Basho Technologies, Inc.
* URL             : https://github.com/basho/lager
* License         : Apache 2.0
  Programming Lang: Erlang
  Description     : logging framework for Erlang

 Lager (as in the beer) is a logging framework for Erlang. Its purpose is
 to provide a more traditional way to perform logging in an erlang application
 that plays nicely with traditional UNIX logging tools like logrotate and
 syslog.

 It is a new dependency for the latest ejabberd release.

Colin Ian King | 15 Apr 19:07 2014

Bug#744875: ITP: smemstat -- shared memory usage monitoring tool

Package: wnpp
Severity: wishlist
Owner: Colin Ian King <colin.king <at> canonical.com>

* Package name    : smemstat
  Version         : 0.01.04
  Upstream Author : Colin King <colin.king <at> canonical.com>
* URL             : http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~cking/smemstat
* License         : GPL-2+
  Programming Lang: C
  Description     : shared memory usage monitoring tool

Smemstat reports the physical memory usage taking
into consideration shared memory.  The tool can
either report a current snapshot of memory usage
or periodically dump out any changes in memory. It is
useful for tracking down applications that have a growing
share of a systems memory.

Balint Reczey | 15 Apr 12:00 2014
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Proposing amd64-hardened architecture for Debian

Hi,

I have posted the following idea on my blog [7] to get comments from
people not on this list, but obviously this is the mailing list where
the proposal should be discussed. :-)

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Facing last week's Heartbleed [1] bug the need for improving the
security of our systems became more apparent than usually. In Debian
there are widely used methods for Hardening [2] packages at build time
and guidelines [3] for improving the default installations' security.

Employing such methods usually come at an expense, for example slower
code execution of binaries due to additional checks or additional
configuration steps when setting up a system. Balancing between
usability and security Debian chose an approach which would satisfy the
most users by using C/C++ features [4] which only slightly decrease
execution speed of built binaries and by using reasonable defaults in
package installations.

All the architectures supported by  Debian aims using the same methods
for enhancing security but it does not have to stay the same way. Amd64
is the most widely used architecture of Debian according to popcon [5]
and amd64 hardware comes with powerful CPU-s. I think there would be a
significant amount of people (being one of them :-)) who would happily
use a version of Debian with more security features enabled by default
sacrificing some CPU power and installing and setting up additional
packages.

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Matt Grant | 15 Apr 10:52 2014
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Forming racoon/ipsec-tools maintainers group

Hi All!

Just emailing to tell you I have not forgotten this.  This Easter I will
have the time to organise this and 'turn the crank handles'.

Cheers,

Matt Grant
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Florian Schlichting | 15 Apr 10:03 2014
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Bug#744839: ITP: libmce-perl -- Many-Core Engine for Perl

Package: wnpp
Severity: wishlist
Owner: Florian Schlichting <fsfs <at> debian.org>

* Package name    : libmce-perl
  Version         : 1.510
  Upstream Author : Mario E. Roy <marioeroy <at> gmail.com>
* URL             : https://metacpan.org/release/MCE
* License         : GPL-1+, Artistic
  Programming Lang: Perl
  Description     : Many-Core Engine for Perl

Many-core Engine (MCE) for Perl helps enable a new level of performance
by maximizing all available cores. MCE spawns a pool of workers and
therefore does not fork a new process per each element of data. Instead,
MCE follows a bank queuing model. Imagine the line being the data and
bank-tellers the parallel workers. MCE enhances that model by adding the
ability to chunk the next n elements from the input stream to the next
available worker.

Chunking and input data are optional in MCE. One may use MCE to run many
workers in parallel without specifying input data.

libmce-perl is going to be maintained as part of pkg-perl.

Dominique Dumont | 15 Apr 08:58 2014
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Bug#744834: ITP: ruby-kpeg -- KPeg is a simple PEG library for Ruby

Package: wnpp
Owner: Dominique Dumont <dod <at> debian.org>
Severity: wishlist
X-Debbugs-CC: debian-devel <at> lists.debian.org, debian-ruby <at> lists.debian.org

* Package name    : ruby-kpeg
  Version         : 1.0.0
  Upstream Author : Evan Phoenix <evan <at> phx.io>
* URL             : https://github.com/evanphx/kpeg
* License         : BSD
  Programming Lang: Ruby
  Description     : KPeg is a simple PEG library for Ruby

KPeg is a simple PEG library for Ruby. It provides an API as well as native
grammar to build the grammar.

KPeg strives to provide a simple, powerful API without being too exotic.

KPeg supports direct left recursion of rules via the OMeta memoization trick.

This package is a dependency of recent version of jekyll

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