[aur-general] Proposed rules for packages entering [community]

Daniel J Griffiths ghost1227 at archlinux.us
Mon Dec 1 09:06:36 EST 2008

Allan McRae wrote:
> Daenyth Blank wrote:
>> On Sun, Nov 30, 2008 at 22:27, Allan McRae <allan at archlinux.org> wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> As part of the TU meetings it was decided to post the proposal for
>>> restricting packages entering [community] here for discussion before 
>>> voting.
>> My primary issue with the current proposal is that I feel 10 votes is
>> slightly high for a first step. I'd *much* rather see 3-5 as a
>> minimum, and I think others would as well.
> 89/97 packages with 0% usage on package stats have 5 votes or less.  
> So this would achieve a net result of nothing.
> Allan
I don't see why 10 votes on /new/ packages is a bad thing, if there's a 
specific package that a TU wants to add to [community] with less than 10 
votes (and not a dependency/i18n/etc) it doesn't seem like it would be 
too much trouble to post it to the ml and discuss with the rest of us first.

Dan Griffiths

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