On Seg, 2015-11-23 at 16:24 +0100, Pierre-Yves Chibon wrote:
On Mon, Nov 23, 2015 at 08:50:59AM -0600, Richard Shaw wrote:
> This is not about any particular instance, but browsing around
> pkgdb for
> various reasons I've run across ACL/pkgdb request that haven't
> approved (or rejected). I know we all get busy but it's not
> right to
> ignore (intentionally or not) these requests from other
> Some might be in favor of auto approval after a defined period
> inactivity but what if someone goes on an extended vacation? How
> long is
> too long?Â
> I think the least disruptive approach would be to start sending
> nag emails
> after a certain period (1 week?).
You mean these requests right?
This list was useful for me, to know what I have pending.
I can propose another solution , based on Richard idea, instead begin a
process of nonresponsive package maintainer, we can ask to put that
user in automatic approve requests after a certain period.
Because request an nonresponsive process, is not pleasant ask this to a
fellow, just because he is busy and that people can not understand
well, so in this way can be one workaround to this situation .
I've been pinging this list on a weekly basis a while back,
Sérgio M. B.