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Re: librsync orphaned

On Tue, 2006-09-19 at 17:11 +0200, Thorsten Leemhuis wrote:
> Well, we didn't talk about this case explicit in FESCo IIRC. But my 2
> cents on the whole issue:
> A kind of AWOL process indirectly was started when the mass rebuild was
> announced (that was more then three weeks ago). If maintainers didn't
> showe up to rebuild their stuff -> packages considered mostly orphaned
> (at least *if* the packager didn't rebuild one of his packages and seems
> to be AWOL by common sense -- e.g. no other commits in the past weeks,
> no posts on this mailing list and stuff like that). Other people should
> be able to take over the packages quickly now in time to get the tree in
> shape before FC6. E.g. announce it in the wiki and on the list that you
> want to take over a package, wait two or three days, recheck if packager
> is still AWOL, take it over. If the packager shows up again in the next
> weeks -> give him his package back.

I agree.  I think maintainers have been given plenty of time to handle
rebuilds, and what your suggesting sounds fine to me.

Brian Pepple <bpepple fedoraproject org>

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