Debian GIS Project
A Debian Pure Blend is a Debian internal project which assembles a set of packages that might help users to solve certain tasks of their work. This page should be helpful to track down the bugs of packages that are interesting for the debian-gis project to enable developers a quick overview about possible problems.
excellent 5
verygood 10
good 30
satisfactory 50
pass 70
bad 100

Bugs page

This is a list of metapackages. The links are leading to the respective bugs page.

Data - Debian GIS data (0*)
This metapackage will install some packages providing data that can be used by different GIS applications.
Development - Geographic Information Systems (GIS) development (792*)
This task sets up your system for GIS development.
Gps - GPS related programs (631*)
Set of Debian packages which are dealing with GPS devices and data.
Openstreetmap - OpenStreetMap related programs (353*)
Set of Debian packages which are dealing with OpenStreetMap data.
Remote sensing - Remote sensing and earth observation (62*)
Debian packages which are dealing with Remote Sensing (for instance Synthetic Aperture Radar -- SAR) processing (interferometry, polarimetry, data visualization, etc) and earth observation.
Statistics - Statistics with geographical data (0*)
Set of Debian packages which are useful for doing statistics with geographical data.
Map server - Present geographic information via web map server (36*)
Debian packages which are dealing with geographical information to be presented for the web on so called map tile servers. These are pretty useful when trying to setup an OpenStreetMap tile server but not restricted to OpenStreetMap data only.
Workstation - Geographic Information Systems (GIS) workstation (441*)
This task sets up your system to be a GIS workstation to process geographical information and make maps.
*To estimate the overall status of the packages in the dependencies of a metapackage a weighted severity is calculated. Done bugs are ignored and bugs in dependent and recommended packages are weighted by factor three compared to suggested packages. Release critical bugs have a much larger weight than important, while the contribution of normal bugs is even smaller and minor bugs have a very small weight. Wishlist bugs are ignored in this calculation. The resulting sum is compared to some boundaries to find a verbal form. The actual numbers need some adjustment to make real sense - this evaluation method is in testing phase.
The severities of bugs are weighted as follows: