Getting Android tools into Debian

As part of Debian’s project in Google Summer of Code, I’ll be working with two students, Kai-Chung Yan and Komal Sukhani, and another mentor from the Debian Java Team team, Markus Koschany. We are going to be working on getting the Android SDK and tools into Debian, as part of the Debian Android Tools team, building upon the existing work already included from the Java and Android Tools teams. [Read More]

Adventures in Porting: GnuPG 2.1.x to Android!

PGP started with Phil Zimmerman’s Pretty Good Privacy, which is now turned into an open IETF standard known as OpenPGP. These days, the reference OpenPGP platform seems to be GnuPG: its used by Debian and all its derivatives in the OS itself for verifying packages and more. It is also at the core of all Debian development work, allowing the very diffuse body of Debian, Ubuntu, etc developers to communicate and share work effectively while maintaining a high level of security. [Read More]