On Wed, 14 Jul 2010 14:35:37 +0100
Mark Chappell <tremble(a)tremble.org.uk> wrote:
Christoph Wickert wrote:
> Am Donnerstag, den 08.07.2010, 08:36 +0000 schrieb Mark Chappell:
>> Dear Package owner,
> Mark, there is not much use in sending me the same message twice,
> instead I'd prefer somebody answering to my reply of July 1st.
The email was automated, and it was requested that I send it out
I'm sorry I forgot to reply to your previous message. For what it's
worth I believe that Kevin Fenzi is working on LXDE
Nope. I am working on Xfce. ;)
> How can I orphan a branch that is not even in place?
The way that script works it talks direct to the packagedb so
packagedb thinks it's branched and could therefore be
orphaned/retired. Do you have an example of a package for which you
think a branch is not in place?
As for the packages that should be retired, all EPEL devs were asked
to place nobranch files into the EL-5 branch prior to the branching
for EL-6, several months ago. Just use the nice big "Retire package"
button in pkgdb.
And put in a dead.package, etc.