[aur-general] Please post any unmaintained AUR packages here

gadget3000 gadget3000 at msn.com
Thu Sep 8 15:29:54 EDT 2011

On 8 September 2011 20:22, Matej Ľach <matej.lach at gmail.com> wrote:

> I now have several hours a day of spare time and I would like to give them
> back to Arch users.
> I would also like to learn more about building packages for AUR by
> practice...
> So, if anyone saw an unmaintained AUR package or does no longer wish to
> maintain his/her package for whatever reason, I would be glad to try and
> maintain those packages.
> Please let me know if you know about any (useful), unmaintained AUR package
> and I will contact its current maintainer to see about its situation - or if
> you currently own an unmaintained package and would like me to take care of
> it, please let me know here or at [1].
> Thanks,
> I hope that I am not violating any rules by posting this...
> [1] - contact at matej-lach.net
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I don't have any unmaintained packages to give you so I'll say why not have
a go with with any out of date orphans in the AUR? Use the advanced search
tools and set 'Out of Date' to flagged and click orphans.


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