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Re: Purging the F12 orphans



I use azureus, and if it's reasonably popular, I'll happily maintain the 
package. Is there information on whether or not people actually install these 
packages?

On Tuesday 14 July 2009 12:40:37 pm Jesse Keating wrote:
> It's that time of the release cycle again, to purge the orphans before
> we get to feature freeze.  Any unblocked orphans will be purged by the
> 28th of this month.  Here is a current list of unblocked orphans:
>
> Unblocked orphan ant-contrib
> Unblocked orphan apollon
> Unblocked orphan azureus
> Unblocked orphan beagle
> Unblocked orphan bes
> Unblocked orphan bmake
> Unblocked orphan buoh
> Unblocked orphan cryptix
> Unblocked orphan ctrlproxy
> Unblocked orphan dap-freeform_handler
> Unblocked orphan dap-hdf4_handler
> Unblocked orphan dap-netcdf_handler
> Unblocked orphan dap-server
> Unblocked orphan drapes
> Unblocked orphan dumpasn1
> Unblocked orphan elsa
> Unblocked orphan f-spot
> Unblocked orphan fig2ps
> Unblocked orphan flpsed
> Unblocked orphan fmit
>
> Taking ownership of them on the devel collection will prevent them from
> being blocked.  Remember, it is OK to let software die.  Don't view this
> as a list of things that somebody should pick up if they have the spare
> time.  Things should only be revived if there are actual users in need
> of the software.


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