neurodebian 0.40.1 source package in Ubuntu

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neurodebian (0.40.1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Be compatible with inkscape >= 1.0~rc1 which changed -e into -o.
    (Closes: #959575)

 -- Yaroslav Halchenko <email address hidden>  Mon, 04 May 2020 11:07:11 -0400

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Uploaded by:
NeuroDebian Team on 2020-05-04
Uploaded to:
Sid
Original maintainer:
NeuroDebian Team
Architectures:
all
Section:
misc
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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Groovy release on 2020-05-05 universe misc

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Groovy: [FULLYBUILT] amd64

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Binary packages built by this source

neurodebian: neuroscience-oriented distribution - repository configuration

 The NeuroDebian project integrates and maintains a variety of software
 projects within Debian that are useful for neuroscience (such as AFNI,
 FSL, PsychoPy, etc.) or generic computation (such as HTCondor,
 pandas, etc.).
 .
 This package enables the NeuroDebian repository on top of a standard
 Debian or Ubuntu system.

neurodebian-archive-keyring: neuroscience-oriented distribution - GnuPG archive keys

 The NeuroDebian project integrates and maintains a variety of software
 projects within Debian that are useful for neuroscience (such as AFNI,
 FSL, PsychoPy, etc.) or generic computation (such as HTCondor,
 pandas, etc.).
 .
 The NeuroDebian project digitally signs its Release files. This package
 contains the archive keys used for that.

neurodebian-desktop: neuroscience-oriented distribution - desktop integration

 The NeuroDebian project integrates and maintains a variety of software
 projects within Debian that are useful for neuroscience (such as AFNI,
 FSL, PsychoPy, etc.) or generic computation (such as HTCondor,
 pandas, etc.).
 .
 This package provides NeuroDebian artwork (icons, background image)
 and a NeuroDebian menu featuring the most popular neuroscience tools,
 which will be automatically installed upon initial invocation.

neurodebian-dev: neuroscience-oriented distribution - development tools

 The NeuroDebian project integrates and maintains a variety of software
 projects within Debian that are useful for neuroscience (such as AFNI,
 FSL, PsychoPy, etc.) or generic computation (such as HTCondor,
 pandas, etc.).
 .
 This package provides sources and development tools used by
 NeuroDebian to provide backports for a range of Debian/Ubuntu
 releases.

neurodebian-freeze: nd_freeze tool to freeze APT sources to use snapshots

 The NeuroDebian project integrates and maintains a variety of software
 projects within Debian that are useful for neuroscience (such as AFNI,
 FSL, PsychoPy, etc.) or generic computation (such as HTCondor,
 pandas, etc.).
 .
 This minimalistic package provides nd_freeze script to be used in
 rich or minimalistic environments (such as Docker or Singularity
 recipes) to freeze their APT sources. Intended to assist making such
 images reproducible.

neurodebian-popularity-contest: neuroscience-oriented distribution - popcon integration

 The NeuroDebian project integrates and maintains a variety of software
 projects within Debian that are useful for neuroscience (such as AFNI,
 FSL, PsychoPy, etc.) or generic computation (such as HTCondor,
 pandas, etc.).
 .
 This package is a complement to the generic popularity-contest
 package to enable anonymous submission of usage statistics to
 NeuroDebian in addition to the popcon submissions to the underlying
 distribution (either Debian or Ubuntu) popcon server.
 .
 Participating in popcon is important for the following reasons:
  * Popular packages receive more attention from developers; bugs are
    fixed faster and updates are provided quicker.
  * It ensures that support is not dropped for a previous release of
    Debian or Ubuntu while there are active users.
  * User statistics may be useful for upstream research software
    developers seeking funding for continued development.
 .
 This requires that popcon is activated for the underlying distribution
 (Debian or Ubuntu), which can be achieved by running
 "dpkg-reconfigure popularity-contest" as root.