[aur-general] About orphaning all packages of inactive users
karol.blazewicz at gmail.com
Thu Jul 18 22:42:16 EDT 2013
On Fri, Jul 19, 2013 at 4:39 AM, Anatol Pomozov
<anatol.pomozov at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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 Find packages flagged out of date 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 (Package out of date, please update).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 Find packages flagged out of date 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 (Package still out of date, automatic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 Find packages flagged out of date 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 Find packages flagged out of date 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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