On Fri, Feb 24, 2012 at 7:05 AM, Noriko Mizumoto
The list of suspected packages has been reported in the f17 readiness
meeting. Now it is found that we need to contact on these projects
individually by our own. It will be big job...sigh*.
Quickly checked with the list of shaiton.
There are 12 packages which have no maintainer registered. Rest are the
packages which have not updated over four months.
I hope I can find some time for sending mail to those projects owners
next week. Any help or suggestion will be highly appreciated.
FYI I've found other problems…
Once the fist list would be cleaned (suspected package), I'll be able
to remove those from the Fedora releases (fedora-docs, fedora-main…)
or ask maintainers to bloc translations. Only for deprecated projects
I think we should also add active projects to the corresponding
release in order for them to be accessible.
What is the real difference between fedora-main and fedora-uptream-projects?
Cleaning on the way, any help welcome :)