rob myers wrote:
If the Fedora
maintainer later decides to participate in EPEL, and more than one
has passed, the EPEL maintainer of the package should strongly consider
returning maintainership, but does not have to.
Looks better but I would suggest recommending co-maintainership rather
than a complete hand off. If a Fedora package maintainer has shown no
interest when asked and a new maintainer has taken over and been working
on EPEL which has a different release strategy and policies then it is
better than the existing maintainer in EPEL work together with the
Fedora maintainer and help in any transition process or continue as a team.