[aur-general] Trusted User Application
gostrc at gmail.com
Tue Aug 17 10:15:32 EDT 2010
On Tue, Aug 17, 2010 at 9:09 AM, Jonathan Conder <j at skurvy.no-ip.org> wrote:
> On Tue, 2010-08-17 at 07:24 -0500, Thomas Dziedzic wrote:
> > Going through the bug reports, it seems that you have a keen eye and
> > let bugs go unnoticed.
> Thanks :)
> > That said, I am a little bothered by the amount of packages you do
> > currently in the aur which is only 6.
> > Since you do have such a small amount of packages, I will ask, what are
> > goals after you become a TU?
> Fair enough. The main reason I maintain only those packages is that
> everything else I use from the AUR already has a maintainer. Becoming a
> TU would presumably allow me to adopt other people's packages and put
> them in community. Also, MythTV + plugins makes up 12 packages already.
> Anyway, I just saw your second email. With that vague list I wasn't
> talking about the AUR, but rather packages that could be adopted within
> the repos, like MythTV is at the moment. I'm not really sure what those
> are exactly (or if there are any), hence the lack of specifics.
> Here is a longer list of AUR packages that I could possibly pick up:
> bin32-skype (if policy allows)
> I've starred the ones that aren't that popular, but are interesting to
> me personally. Also, I'm not ready to release PackageKit-related stuff
> quite yet, but I would hope that it would be reasonably popular when I
> make a proper announcement.
> P.S. Thanks Allan
Thanks. +1 from me
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