[aur-general] Request for deletion process?

Morgan Adamiec morganamilo at archlinux.org
Mon Aug 16 09:33:33 UTC 2021

On 16/08/2021 10:28, S Shaikh via aur-general wrote:
> Hello,
> I'm relatively new to the AUR, and one of my packages[1] has been requested (marked?) For deletion. Naturally I believe that there's a case for the package.
> I plan to respond on the package page itself, but am a little lost on the actual process in general. Is there a specific audience I should frame my case to? What are the timings for deletion? Should the discussion be had here or there? Does the fact that it's even got this far mean there's no turning back (or can anyone file a request for further approval?).
> Thanks!
> Shak
> [1]https://aur.archlinux.org/pkgbase/i3blocks-contrib-install-git/

Requests are for Trusted Users to acts on. You can't accept or deny them
either way. Any one can create one though.

You can respond to a request by replying to the email you got about the
deletion request.

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