[aur-general] REMOVAL: Discussion Period for sergej
grbzks at gmail.com
Wed Jan 16 13:17:28 EST 2008
On Jan 16, 2008 7:56 PM, Alessio Bolognino <themolok.ml at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed 2008-01-16 17:45 , Callan Barrett wrote:
> > sergej, this officially marks the discussion period for your removal
> > as a Trusted User.
> > [...]
> I'm not TU anymore, but IIRC discussion is open to anyone.
Didnt know that, so i might as well jump in too. :)
> Sergej is doing a huge work maintaining >600 packages in [community], and
> honestly I don't know how he can handle them. Sometimes I think he is a
> running on a russian server (the lack of communication in the ml confirms
>From my experience, Sergej is maintaining the packages very well, updates
regularly when they're out date or someone posts a worthwhile suggestion
and unlike wizzo said he doesnt just move the PKGBUILD from unsupported but
also changes the build function if he finds that nessecery. I clearly
when he grabbed my dwm PKGBUILD to community for example.
My only abjection about his packages is that probably some/many are not used
to be in community. The same thing happened until lately with developers
in extra too. Now they are supposed to ask before moving them. Maybe a
is needed for TU's too?
> The main complaints I have with his packages are the lack of the
> Maintainer tag,
> really annoying because I have to look in the web interface of the AUR to
> who's maintaining a package (or look in CVS logs) and most of them doesn't
> a valid license field.
Since he updates his packages regularly, this is bound to change, at least
for the active
Furthermore now that its noted. Its not a valid reason for me since we are
dealing with binary
On the other hand, if the voting is mandatory for an active TU Sergej should
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