1. KernelLabo- KernelLabo is an environment for preparing and building kernel packages. It handles different configurations and different versions of kernel and supports 3rd-party patches. It uses flavours - different versions of the same configuration.
3. Debian Package Popularity Contest- The popularity-contest package sets up a cron job that will
periodically anonymously submit to the Debian developers
statistics about the most used Debian packages on this system.
5. apt-zip- Update a non-networked computer using apt and removable media
These scripts simplify the process of using apt on a non-networked Debian box, using removable media like ZIP floppies and USB keys.
6. build-common- CDBS is a build system for Debian packages based on Makefile inheritance. It is very flexible; you can use it to create your own customized build system, or simply include some standard rules and get a build system in 4 lines of code.
10. Monitoring of transition status.- Simple framework for writing transitions` status monitor. Contains a set of procedures for building dependency tree and walking over it. You just need to add tests specific for your transition to get a working solution.
11. git-dpm- Manage debian source packages with upstream modifications in git,
storing the modifications as git commits and generating a debian/patches directory suitable for the "3.0 (quilt)" format, while retaining full history in git.