[aur-general] TU Application - Seblu
ibiru at archlinux.org
Fri Jan 21 14:38:40 EST 2011
On 01/21/2011 09:10 PM, Grigorios Bouzakis wrote:
> Seblu wrote:
>> It looks like a trick question!
>> But if I want to be a good maintainer, I do understand the reasons.
>> and **The trust does not exclude the audit.**
> Excuse me for asking but is there anything preventing you from moving
> cairo-xcb to community if you become a TU?
> As far as i know if you become a TU you can maintain anything you want
> that has more than 10 votes in the AUR.
Becoming a TU means that you become a member in the developement team, a
team in which we trust each other, respect each other decisions, use the
same packaging standards, the same tools as developers etc.
If you are just going to ignore and say, screw Jan decisions, I'm going
to upload it just because I can, you are not welcomed in the team.
> In the past theres been many patched beyond recongnition packages in
> community eg. many packages with lcd patches from ubuntu, urxvt with 256
> colour support and many other patches included etc.
Do a list with the current packages that doesn't follow the arch way and
i will take care of them.
> AFAIK the reason awesome was removed from community was that JGC removed
> the cairo backend from the package in extra AND the awesome maintainer
> didnt want to maintain a cairo-xcb package himself.
> If he did awesome would still be in community...
He respected the decision and trusted Jan because we are a team and we
have to work together to accomplish a goal.
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