I might be in the wrong mailing list for
this topic, but here goes:
There's a free/open-source package called
RazerCommander, whose purpose is to take the place of Razer's
Synapse program, largely because Razer only makes this program
for MacOS and Windows. RazerCommander and Razer Synapse are for
controlling the lighting on Razer's Chroma line of keyboards and
mice. It's maintained by someone else for a different
It's compiled for Debian, but the fellow who
wrote it doesn't have the energy to maintain an official Debian
package. I don't know how to maintain an official Debian package
and I don't really have a whole lot of time to devote to that. I
also looked into the process of getting started with maintaining
and submitting an official Debian package and it looks like it's
a lot more work than it's worth.
Is there some streamlined process for this?
Perhaps one where I can just submit the source code and the
binary package? Or some other way that doesn't take a couple
weeks to figure out?