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Re: Wiki Pages that need love



On Tue, Oct 14, 2008 at 06:43:02PM +0200, Thorsten Leemhuis wrote:
>
> I'm not sure if that's worth the trouble, as the whole game in 99,5  
> percent of the cases boils down to "Not maintaining packages in EPEL"  
> and "send Fedora owner a mail and ask what to do".
>
> Example: Say package foo is missing in EPEL; assume further that Hans  
> wants to see it there, but the package is owned by Bill
>
> - if Bill is in ContributorStatusNo then Hans can just request the branch
>
> - if Bill is in ContributorStatusYes, then Hans sends Bill a mail asking  
> how to move on and/or how to share the work
>
> - if Bill is not in ContributorStatus{Yes,No}, then Hans sends Bill a  
> mail asking how to move on and/or how to share the work
>
> - even if Bill has a special note/comment in ContributorStatusYes (like  
> Ville has) then Hans will nevertheless send Bill a mail asking how to  
> move on and/or how to share the work
>
> Thus I'd say ContributorStatusYes is unneeded. But maybe I'm missing a  
> use-case in my example?

No, I think you are right. I still see some interest in documenting the
involvment in EPEL, but this is likely not to be the right place to do
it. So should just go.

--
Pat


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