2011/11/13 Nevar email@example.com:
I left a comment on nautilus-share when I created my package : "Suluc_Ohmun: If you use it I can remove that package so you can maintain this one." So until s/he responds or takes action, there's not much I can do. They can be merged or nautilus-share can be deleted, either suits me.
Bumping this. It's now over two weeks since this comment (which was posted at Nov, 7th) with no change. Please replace nautilus-share with nautilus-share-upstream.
On Sat, Nov 12, 2011 at 6:22 PM, Sebastian Wiesner firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
there are currently two packages for nautilus-share in the AUR. nautilus-share extends nautilus with means to configure Samba sharing for folders. nautilus-share  packages an outdated version patched for Gnome 3 by the packager/maintainer. nautilus-share-upstream  provides the current upstream version of the package which supports Gnome 3 natively. Consequently the former is superfluous and marked out of date now.
Could nautilus-share-upstream be merged into nautilus-share?
Note that I maintain neither of these packages, I've just stumbled upon this situation when searching for nautilus-share in the AUR.
Well, nautilus-share has better name. I orphaned it, and later I will merge nautilus-share-upstream with it.