I'm not sure what is the proper way for this kind of situations.
After I've requested admin access to xml-security-c ans send some email to admin of this package I have no reply.
Just humble question: what should be done in such situations and/or what can/should I do?


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On 24 February 2017 at 14:53, Tomasz Kłoczko <kloczko.tomasz@gmail.com> wrote:

Just requested admin access to this package.

PS. Thanks for help guys from #fedora-admin sponsoring my packager privs :)
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On 22 February 2017 at 19:51, <mihkel@fedoraproject.org> wrote:

There is even some opensslv1.1 patch. 

Still hoping that someone will take over :)

On E, veebr 20, 2017 at 8:58 , mihkel@fedoraproject.org wrote:

I'm looking volunteers for maintaining xml-security-c package in Fedora. Current version is old in our repos and for example esteid (Estonian ID card) packages depend on newer xml-security-c (with openssl 1.1 support). I've already contacted anttix who is current package administrator to give committer rights to bruno and also contacted bruno to find out if he is still interested in maintaining it. Negative. And I'm also not too confident of maintaining it because of lack of in depth knowledge what I might end up with.

So I'm seeking towards devel list to find out, are there any volunteers with enough courage to update and maintain it.

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