[aur-general] About orphaning all packages of inactive users
anatol.pomozov at gmail.com
Thu Jul 18 22:39:33 EDT 2013
On Thu, Jul 18, 2013 at 6:02 PM, Phillip Smith <lists at fukawi2.nl> wrote:
> On 19 July 2013 10:28, John D Jones III <unixgeek1972 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I like this... though I think 6 months would be better than 3 on the initial Orphaning. There should for sure be a final "DUDE!!! Fix your crap" Warning email sent to the maintainer, like above, perhaps a 7 day warning?
> A daily process to automatically disown abandoned packages would be
> great, but it needs to account for the last modified date too:
> 1. Find packages flagged out of date > 1 month and last modified > 1
> month == Send reminder email. (Package out of date, please update).
> 2. Find packages flagged out of date > 2 month and last modified > 1
> month == Send warning email. (Package still out of date, automatic
> disown in 1 month).
> 3. Find packages flagged out of date > 2.75 month and last modified >
> 1 month == Send warning email. (Last chance!).
> 4. Find packages flagged out of date > 3 month and last modified > 1
> month == Disown, send notification email, add comment so others who
> are subscribed to comments is aware it has been disowned (You lost
Is there any style checker tool for PKGBUILD files? Something similar
to lint? If yes then it worth checking for style violations as well,
e.g. "PKGBUILD does not have package()" function. So bot can send a
note to owner and mark the package somehow e.g. "Needs improvements"
If no improvement has been done during some period then the package is
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