The app complies with the inclusion citeria.
The app is not already listed in the repo or issue tracker.
The app has not already been requested
The original app author has been notified, and supports the inclusion.
The first step is to find the app's Application ID. This is usually the same as the app's Package Name. You will find it in files called AndroidManifest.xml or build.gradle most of the time. You can also see it in the URLs for the app's page in various app stores. Write it here:
APPLICATION ID: org.privacyhelper
Below is a template "metadata file" to fill out, it has only the required fields. F-Droid uses this file to build and publish the app. Build Metadata Reference documents all available options. Add values after the colon
Name: Privacy Helper # Comma-separated values, with no space between, chosen from the # official list: https://gitlab.com/fdroid/fdroiddata/blob/master/stats/categories.txt Categories: Science & Education # the one license that the whole app is available under, use # https://spdx.org/licenses/ short identifiers, must be # floss-compatible. License: GPL-3.0-or-later # A URL for the project's website WebSite: https://seiba.gitlab.io/PrivacyHelper/ # A link to the issue tracker where bugs are reported IssueTracker: https://gitlab.com/seiba/PrivacyHelper/issues/ # One sentence, no more than 30-50 chars, no trailing punctuation, # focus on actions what the users does with the app, e.g. "Read and # send emails" instead of "Email client". Summary: An Android app privacy guide Description: | A simple Android app to help users understand the risks of giving apps dangerous permissions # git, git-svn, svn, hg or bzr RepoType: git # source code repo URL (HTTPS required) Repo: https://gitlab.com/seiba/PrivacyHelper/