[aur-general] Various new packages in [community]

Ray Rashif schiv at archlinux.org
Wed Nov 17 21:06:20 CET 2010

2010/11/18 Ángel Velásquez <angvp at archlinux.org>:
> 2010/11/17 Kaiting Chen <kaitocracy at gmail.com>:
>>> You are Devs (kinda), I assume from that, that you are a trustworthy
>>> person as the people we all trust(devs) trust you.
>>> I see no problem with you maintaining a few packages in [community] as
>>> long as you - like this - say what you want to move in or out to/of the
>>> repository and wait at least 24h for feedback from TU side. If nothing
>>> happens, pick 2 or 3 directly and ask them, they shall just send a
>>> public yes or no, the reason can be kept private as long as you know it.
>>> If you break something by accident we simply blame Allan as it's common.
>> I don't know either of these guys at all. From what I've heard I think
>> they're capable of pushing these packages. If anyone has any concerns about
>> Junior Dev's pushing binaries I'll be happy to audit all of their PKGBUILD's
>> so long as they send me an email about it 12 hours in advance. --Kaiting.
> What ? 12 hours? audit their PKGBUILDS beurocracy? no thanks. They are
> dev juniors, they now how to
> use their tools, and we are a team, if they need any support or help,
> they surely will contact us to help them.
> So I'd say +1 to give access to the jr devs who want to be more compromised


This is no different from a new TU. There's no need for an audit or
even for them to ask us when they deem something suitable for
[community] (it should be in accordance to the TU Packaging
Guidelines; > 10 votes || 1% usage anyway).

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