[aur-general] TU application sponsored by David Reisner

Anatol Pomozov anatol.pomozov at gmail.com
Tue Feb 4 23:57:00 EST 2014


On 2/4/14, 5:27 PM, Sébastien Luttringer wrote:
> On 05/02/2014 00:34, Xyne wrote:
>> Lukas Fleischer wrote:
>>> Technically, that is correct. However, I am sure there are many other
>>> TUs volunteering to be the sponsor after having read the application and
>>> the discussion (me, for example). So I don't think it is a problem. If
>>> it makes feel anyone better, please run
>>>    sed 's/David Reisner/Lukas Fleischer/g'
>>> on your inbox (the misspelling of Dave's name comes in useful here!)
>> I'm not opposed to the application (it looks very promising to me). I just
>> wanted to mention this issue because there is no point in having by-laws if we
>> ignore them every time we assume that there is a tacit consensus to do so. 
> I strongly support that we follow our by-laws.
> If Anatol agrees, Lukas will become his new sponsor and we will continue
> to discuss this new promising application.

I am fine with this.

I still need to understand why Arch community is split into two groups
'developers' and 'trusted users'. They seems have similar
responsibilities: maintaining packages and developing Arch toolset.

> Although it's not strictly recommended (we lack of official
> recommendation?), this way works in all cases.

Ok, I've updated 14 packages where I found relative path usage. PTAL.

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