[aur-general] Why are orphan requests accepted immediately although wiki says there's a 2 weeks wating period ?
alad at archlinux.org
Sat Jan 2 19:40:55 UTC 2021
On 02/01/2021 20:18, Lone_Wolf via aur-general wrote:
> On 02-01-2021 19:51, Morten Linderud via aur-general wrote:
>> On Sat, Jan 02, 2021 at 07:46:04PM +0100, Lone_Wolf via aur-general
>>> Recently I received a notification message that a package I was
>>> co-maintainer from had changed ownership.
>>> I looked at aur-requests archive and saw the orphan request was
>>> filed on Sat
>>> Jan 2 09:42:38 UTC 2021.
>>> The request was accepted on Sat Jan 2 09:42:38 UTC 2021 or within a
>>> second !
>>> I checked
>>> which states
>>>> Orphan requests will be granted after two weeks if the current
>>>> maintainer did not react.
>>> The immediate acceptance has made it impossible for the maintainer /
>>> co-maintainers to respond.
>>> Is the wiki incorrect wrt policy for orphan requests ?
>>> If so, where is the correct policy described ?
>> The only exception is with packages that has been flagged out-of-date
>> months, which was the case here if this is about openrc.
>>> The package base has been flagged out-of-date since 2019-07-27.
>> So with half a year with an OOD flag and no actions the orphan
>> request gets
>> automatically accepted.
> (yes, package was openrc)
> If that's the policy, then the immediate orphaning was correct.
> Could TUs add this exception to the wiki ?
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