Making a release is more than just bundling up your source files in a tar file and putting it up for FTP. You should set up your software so that it can be configured to run on a variety of systems. Your Makefile should conform to the GNU standards described below, and your directory layout should also conform to the standards discussed below. Doing so makes it easy to include your package into the larger framework of all GNU software.
|• Configuration:||How configuration of GNU packages should work.|
|• Makefile Conventions:||Makefile conventions.|
|• Releases:||Making releases|