I recently got a raspberry pi which I intend to use for some photography timelapsing/post processing while I'm on the road...
I've gotten the system setup now (albeit with some hassle) but I'd like to bundle everything together so that others could easily use/install my setup.
I think I have a couple of options but not sure what the best approach is.
Take an image of the pre-configured OS on the SD card and host it somewhere (right now it's a 32GB card so win32DiskImager is making a pretty big file... not sure it's feasible to host)
Stick everything in a github repo... basically a simple shell script + some of the replacement binaries for the accesspoint to work with realtek chip sets, so someone could just clone the repo, run a bash script and it would apt-get & setup Gphoto2, dhcp, wifi accesspoint, ssh, /etc/network/interfaces, and the various conf. files.
Make my own apt-get package... (not sure what's involved in this or how you go about getting your package approved hosted in the various apt-get repositories/mirrors)
Any suggestions on best-practice approaches would be appreciated.