Sven Lankes wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 27, 2011 at 10:38:20AM +0200, Christoph Wickert wrote:
> > I'll ping Jeroen in the meantime, but we are both very busy with out
> > dayjob.
> In that case approving one or all of the three people who have requested
> commit access seems sensible.
Which package is this? I do not recall a pending request for as many as three
people at the same time.
Hans de Goede wrote:
> Good to have you back!
I'm still busy elsewhere. I was pointed in the direction of this thread by
Consider those ACL requests that I could find approved.
FESCo today approved a change to how orphan and deprecated packages are
handled in Fedora.
The prior policy was:
- Packages that have been orphaned for more than three months require
a re-review, regardless of whether or not they have been blocked.
The new policy is:
- Any package that is deprecated (i.e., blocked) requires a re-review
before it can return to Fedora. Orphaned packages do not require
Note that orphaned packages will be deprecated once per release cycle.
For more information, see:
Bill, on behalf of FESCo
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I have no use for these packages anymore, and didn't even really
remember I owned them, until Ralf jumped in and fixed a ftbfs bug
against isic filed all of 4 days ago without saying boo to me,
other than suggesting in the bug that the AWOL maintainer dance
be started after he'd already fixed the build. So thanks for the
fix. And for the reminder that I still have ownership of some
packages I just don't care about, I guess. I'll save the trouble
of the whole AWOL stuff and just orphan it, along with three
isic - ip stack integrity checker
ip6sic ipv6 stack integrity checker
ctrlproxy - an irc proxy
rinputd - remote input daemon
There's a ftbfs bug just filed against rinputd as well, looks like
an easy fix, possibly even already fixed upstream, though it was
only filed 4 days ago, so maybe not.
> You are of course free to do this if you choose, but Fedora is a
> package managed system. Doing this you lose a number of benefits of a
> package management system.
For me the most important benefit is OS independent software, especially
This bug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=582798 has been
around since F12. It was a minor annoyance than which has now turned
into irritation. The fact that the sound menu is hidden deep inside in
F15 doesn't help.
Anyone know a workaround?
I created a new review request ( yad program -
This is my first package. So, if possible, could someone sponsor me?
GNU/Linux User: #471180
"Contra o positivismo, que pára perante os fenômenos e diz: 'Há apenas
fatos', eu digo: 'Ao contrário, fatos é o que não há; há apenas