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Re: Someone please take over these packages

On Monday 16 June 2008 09:00:43 pm Steven Parrish wrote:
> I can take over conman and powerman.

Excellent, thanks much. Nothing to report in the way of any open bugs or 
impending releases, I already pushed and built powerman 2.0 a few weeks ago 

> On Mon, Jun 16, 2008 at 9:18 AM, Jarod Wilson <jwilson redhat com> wrote:
> > For a variety of reasons, I have to entirely give up involvement in a
> > number of packages. I've already tried to find new primary maintainers
> > without success, but I really can't justify any time spent on these
> > packages any longer, so I must orphan them ASAP, and hopefully, someone
> > picks them up...
> >
> > emerald (compiz-fusion alternate windowing thingamajig)
> > emerald-themes (themes for the above)
> > ganglia (cluster monitoring software)
> > numpy (numerical python)
> >
> > I've also got the following packages for which I've yet to solicit new
> > maintainers for that I am also intending to orphan Real Soon Now:
> >
> > conman (console management software)
> > connect-proxy (helper to use ssh through socks/squid proxy)
> > dircproxy (detachable irc proxy)
> > powerman (power management software)
> >
> > I'll keep myself on the cc for bugzillas for all of the above, and will
> > try to help with any bugs filed, personal free time permitting. Most of
> > these are relatively low on time investment required to maintain them,
> > but volume adds up, particularly given that I only actually use two of
> > these packages on any sort of regular basis these days (conman and
> > dircproxy).

Jarod Wilson
jwilson redhat com

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