[aur-general] TU without [community] maintaining?

Lex Rivera x-demon at x-demon.org
Wed Feb 3 12:48:34 EST 2010

The main reason why a asked for it is amount of crap in AUR. I have my own repo, maybe
that's why i'm not interested in [community]. But AUR have huge list of
orphaned, outdated, obsolette packages. Most of them can be deleted,
since they have no use now. I see them nearly everyday, and... Well, i
think you catch that. AUR needs moderators. AUR must be clean.
Sorry for my bad english =(

On 03/02/10 12:31, Angel Velásquez wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 3, 2010 at 12:22 PM, Chris Brannon <cmbrannon79 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Thomas Bächler wrote:
> >> I think it is a good idea. We could create the "AUR moderator" position
> >> instead of calling it "Semi-TU".
> >
> > This is a fine idea, and I see no harm in it.
> Im in favour of this, my unique concern is about how hard will be
> creating another level of permission in the AUR, and some rules about,
> if a semi-tu can orphan packages from TUs or TU-Dev, figuring out that
> part, and assuming that will have an approbation, we will start
> writting patches, so this can be a "slow" process, (2 months or so if
> it's aproved? plus the time of discussion?).
> Let's see what happens!
> -- 
> Angel Velásquez
> angvp @ irc.freenode.net
> Arch Linux Trusted User
> Linux Counter: #359909
> http://www.angvp.com
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