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I have noticed that there is an effort to build packages from answers.

I would like to do something like that, however I am a noviece, therefore I am looking for someone to assist in the creation. This type of request does not quite fit the Q&A format of the site, however it is THE (only) tex community I have been using excessively. The launchpad site does not seem to have a forum and besides that I doubt that it is half as active as here. Also I am not quite sure about how to use chatrooms properly (and invite people to them).

What would be the best way to accomplish this?

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    See How to invite someone to chat?... – Werner Aug 1 '13 at 17:17
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    Note that Launchpad is not the most used of the DVCS sites: of the projects listed in the answers to packages threads for A-M/N-Z, there are 36 listed for Bitbucket, 23 for Github, and only 5 for Launchpad. – Charles Stewart Aug 2 '13 at 8:05
  • @CharlesStewart I am unfailiar with the term DVCS? Also I think we talk about to different thinks, While I am not sure what question you refer to I think you refer to a list (maybe this one?) of packages maintained by people that are part of this community, while I refer to the effort to collaborate on packages inspired by questions in this community. – ted Aug 2 '13 at 8:41
  • @ted: DVCS stands for Distributed Version Control System. The reason I think these numbers are relevant is that they may give an idea of where the activity is and who might look at which page. I haven't made any suggestion about how to get your idea off the ground, but maybe having it in the context of a wider mentoring program would work best. – Charles Stewart Aug 2 '13 at 10:26
  • @CharlesStewart "wider mentoring program" was something I was thinking of, if there is something like this for (la)tex. Do you happen to have any pointers? – ted Aug 2 '13 at 10:53

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