[aur-general] Disowning monsoon, monotorrent and mono-nat

Tomás Acauan Schertel tschertel at gmail.com
Mon Jul 6 11:34:33 EDT 2009

+1 to notify about disowning. no matter how do that.

Tomás A. Schertel
Linux Registered User #304838
Arch Linux User

On Mon, Jul 6, 2009 at 12:24 PM, bardo <ilbardo at gmail.com> wrote:

> 2009/7/6 Angel Velásquez <angvp at archlinux.com.ve>:
> >> I'm not really sure where you're gathering your rules from.
> >> If excess traffic on the list does become a problem, we'll find ways to
> >> solve it.
> >
> > Common sense, just let everybody believe that they have to report
> > anything on this list (as the childres ask the teachers for permission
> > to go to the bathroom) and you will get a nice flood, "mathematics
> > never fails", but go ahead, do what you want, you will remember me,
> > when you will get pissed off about this :)
> Please guys, calm down. Let's sit down a minute and think about it.
> Tomás brought to our attention a problem that all of us have noticed:
> there's no mean, for willing contributors, to find out if a package
> has been orphaned. I think Angel is right with this ML not being the
> right place to signal orphan packages, since there's usually no
> discussion involved. On the other hand, I feel that he expressed his
> ideas in a bit too strong way.
> Anyway, back to the problem. I see two (non-mutually exclusive)
> possible solutions:
>  1. Add a notification e-mail for package orphaning. In fact,
> orphaning is a very important phase in the package life, and between
> package subscribers there will probably be at least one person who
> wants to step up and adopt it. I'm all for this one.
>  2. Add an "orphaning RSS feed". Many willing contributors are always
> looking for nice packages to maintain, and they have no way to find
> out if their favorite package has been orphaned. An RSS feed would
> allow contributors to quickly substitute former maintainers, thus
> allowing an overall better AUR quality.
> What do you think?
> Corrado

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