Since I've been playing a lot with my new Harmony remote lately, and had to package the two programs that I found that could handle this on Linux, I figured I might as well also upload it.
From my upload to my PPA, I've been lucky enough to have a lot of functionality pointers from my friend John... Anyway, thanks for that.
Since neither Debian nor Ubuntu contained the packages, I've also uploaded them to REVU, to get reviews from MOTUs, and hopefully have my packages included to the universe repository.
In the meantime, if someone who has reviewer access be nice enough to review concordance and congruity, I'd be very thankful for any and all input to improve my packaging skills :)
And of course, thanks to the developers of concordance and congruity for making something easy to work with.
My next tasks: getting my workplace to adopt Ubuntu as an operating system for some workstations, and fixing some of the issues I'm still running into with KDE4.1.
Finally, thanks to Tom Dyer for his post about KDE4.1 (found it on ubuntuweblogs.org; was very useful to start fixing the horrendous issues that previous version had, at least on my system.