On 28 July 2011 04:08, Lucas Nussbaum <firstname.lastname@example.org>
What would help:
- subscribe to systemtap email notifications on the PTS
(http://packages.qa.debian.org/s/systemtap.html, see little box on the
bottom left corner) and contribute to the bug mail when you receive
- go through systemtap bugs on
comment on them by sending email to email@example.com (e.g
I'm interested in systemtap, but don't have much time to spend on
maintaining it currently. I don't know:
I'm in a similar camp - I'd like to help but time is always the enemy. I would
be interested in being part of a maintainer team though, if others are keen?
I'm happy to go through the current deb packaging and update it for current
systemtap and to the current deb standards version (unless someone has
already started?) but I wont be able to do that by tomorrow.
- how many of the current critical issues affecting the Debian package
are fixed in the latest upstream version (1.5). (I expect "all of
- if that latest upstream version would work on Debian
Any input on that would be very much appreciated.
It works well (for non-uprobe tracing), I've used 1.5 recently on unstable,
and I'd expect 1.6 to be OK there too.