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Le 10/16/11 6:57 PM, Antonio Terceiro a écrit :
> Lucas Nussbaum escreveu isso aí:
>> On 14/10/11 at 16:16 +0200, Olivier Sallou wrote:
>>> new tentative to find a fellow DD to sponsor the package ruby-text
>>> (0.2.0-1). This is a dependency package for the ruby-cassiopee package
>>> (waiting in new packages for the moment).
>>> Someone already had a first review on it, now I would need someone to
>>> check/upload it.
>> Like with many teams in Debian, the sponsoring of uploads is a
>> bottleneck in the Debian Ruby team.
>> If you want DDs to look at your packages, the easiest way to do it is to
>> take some work off DDs where you can. This means:
>> - migrating the packages that still have to be migrated according to
>> - doing some of the tasks that can be inferred from
>> http://pet.debian.net/pkg-ruby-extras/pet.cgi such as:
>> + updating packages to newer upstream versions
>> + fixing bugs
>> - reviewing other people's packages when they ask for reviews
I definitely agree, but as I am already active on other team (debian med), I have fewer time to do so on ruby team.
I package a few ones here because they are dependencies for an other package I prepare.
By the way, for info, I am a DM, so I can manage package maintenance.
>> None of those tasks are particularly difficult, and they are all a good
>> way to learn. If you don't do any of the above, your packages will still
>> eventually be sponsored, but you should not complain, or ask every few
>> days about sponsorship. Just be patient.
> Personally I use the mailing list as a TODO list, so having more than
> one message asking sponsorship for the same package makes it a little
> harder for me to figure out what actually needs my attention.
> A follow-up to the ML saying that the package already got sponsored
> off-list (e.g. through IRC) also helps. ;-)
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