[aur-general] Orphan Request: eclipse-dltk-* packages maintained by emphire
aurgeneralsub at jonw.org
Tue Nov 1 20:00:55 EDT 2011
I've been pretty busy and haven't had a chance to update my packages for a bit.
I would like to see whomever is responsible for the eclipse-dltk-*
packages also maintain the following packages as well:
The reason for this is that these eclipse plugins all depend on each
other in one way or another and it's hard to get several people to
co-oridnate releases so they all work at once. Especially eclipse-pdt.
Let me know if you're willing and able to handle all of these
packages, keep them more up to date than I am and make sure that
whoever takes them over after you will do the same, and I'll try to
co-ordinate a time to orphan them with you so you can grab them all.
If not, I'll update them soon.
On Tue, Nov 1, 2011 at 3:42 PM, Shanto <shanto at hotmail.com> wrote:
> I am sorry to bump this thread but it seems like my request escaped everyone's eyes last time. I brought this up in the IRC channel yesterday and some people suggested me just to bump it. So..
> To recap, all eclipse-dltk-* packages from emphire are out-of-date:
> NOTE 1: DLTK Stable 3.0.1 was released on August 26, 2011:
> NOTE 2: emphire doesn't seem to respond to user requests since 30th June:
> NOTE 3: I do maintain some eclipse/related packages, and I am interested to 1) adopt, 2) update and 3) keep maintaining/updating in sync with upstream releases.
> @ emphire: Please disown these eclipse/dltk packages for now. If I adopt your packages, I promise, I will give these back to you as soon as you get back to AUR and ask me.
> (Arch UEU)
> On 10/24/2011 09:24 PM, Shanto wrote:
>> All eclipse-dltk-* packages are out of date since August/September.
>> While I have flagged rest of them just yesterday, eclipse-dltk-python
>> was flagged since 2nd October, 2011. These out-of-date packages, in
>> addition to some comments posted, make it apparent that emphire is no
>> more interested or too busy to maintain these packages any more (no
>> As I already maintain eclipse-platform and some related stuff, I am
>> willing to adopt these packages if orphaned.
>> In addition, I am thinking if bundling these packages under a single
>> package (eclipse-dltk or eclipse-dltk-bundle) makes better sense. (see
>> the all-in-one bundle and integration components in dltk download page)
>> Knowledgeable/experienced Eclipse users and maintainers, please suggest.
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