[aur-general] [PRQ#11055] Deletion Request for dnscrypt-proxy-go | [PRQ#11056] Deletion Request for dnscrypt-proxy-go-git
dave at sleepmap.de
Wed Apr 4 22:50:45 UTC 2018
On 2018-04-04 11:01:20 (-0500), Doug Newgard via aur-general wrote:
> > Please be specific. We aren't talking about hours and bumping
> > package version. Common sense can be used to know when taking
> > action will make people worse-off.
> > The package was managed so efficiently that even upstream benefited
> > from it. Archlinux maintainer dosen't have to do anything else than
> > copy-paste existing PKGBUILD. All work and testing is already done.
> > Jordan
> I have been specific; the rules are in place for a reason, common sense says
> that they're necessary. This case is not special.
> C&Ping the entire PKGBUILD would be a huge mistake. Those sed commands
> are...marginal, to be generous.
While being in line with what Doug wrote on the topic, I agree, that it
took quite some time to upgrade, but behold! dnscrypt-proxy 2.0.8 is now
in community-testing (btw: no, not just c/p) .
I do understand that a longer wait time can be frustrating for users,
but it's no reason to get aggressive about it.
The upstream situation was far from "easy going" IMHO, which was all the
more reason to wait and see what would happen.
A few (unpaid) hands are trying to keep up the shape of what Arch is. I
have the feeling, that sometimes it is easily forgotten, that we are a
community of like-minded (and from what I read, passionate) people. If
you find a problem, go ahead and fix it (e.g. by applying to become a
TU and engaging in the overall quality of the distribution), but please
keep in mind, that we're all doing this in our free time.
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