[aur-general] Orphans in [community]
luis at wrongboolean.org
Mon Feb 1 12:45:43 EST 2010
On Mon, 01 Feb 2010 23:32:49 +1000
Allan McRae <allan at archlinux.org> wrote:
> On 24/01/10 12:31, Daniel J Griffiths wrote:
> > For quite a while now we have been asking for people to adopt the
> > orphans in the [community] repo. Some of us have readopted packages
> > that belonged to us prior to the server move, and a few have even
> > picked up some of the leftovers. However, as of now there are 634
> > orphaned packages in [community]. Therefore... any packages not
> > adopted within the next week that are not explicitly required by
> > another package in [community] will be dropped to AUR.
> > If you intend to adopt a package, please be sure that you adopt for
> > both architectures, if applicable. Additionally, please ensure you
> > have adopted both architectures for any packages you already
> > maintain. There are a handful of orphaned packages that only have
> > one architecture.
> > Next Saturday (01/30/2010), I will go through the leftovers, adopt
> > anything that is required by another package in [community] myself,
> > and drop whatever is left to AUR.
> So now that the big rebuild is out of the way, it might be a good
> time to do this. Want to generate a potential removal list and post
Can I help with some of these? Or do I have to work my way through AUR?
(I'm not a TU)
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