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Re: RFS: apq

Adrian-Ken Rueegsegger <ken@codelabs.ch> writes:
> On 03/07/2012 10:05 AM, Ludovic Brenta wrote:
>> Adrian-Ken Rueegsegger wrote:
>>> I created a new key last year but more importantly in this case I am
>>> not a Debian Maintainer.
>> This implies that each and every upload of one of your packages will
>> require a sponsor.  This is too much work for me.  Please apply for
>> Debian Maintainer status (which I thought you did a couple of years
>> ago) or find another sponsor.  The procedure is here:
>> http://wiki.debian.org/DebianMaintainer
> Ok, I will do so but in the meantime I have added Reto Buerki as
> uploader and allowed DM Upload in all of my packages. Reto has agreed
> to upload these packages as long as my DM application is being
> processed.  This should lower your workload if you were to sponsor any
> of my packages.
> I replaced the packages (apq and apq-postgresql) on debian mentors
> with the new ones that include these changes. Please consider taking a
> look at them. Thank you.

OK, uploaded reluctantly; I would have preferred at least a package
signed by a key in the web of trust.  I made an exception only because
you've been maintaining this package for three years :)

For apq-postgresql, I will wait for apq to reach unstable.  In the mean
time, please have your key signed into the web of trust, at the very
least, while proceeding with your Debian Maintainer application.

Oh and if you have time, please consider making the package multiarch
compliant, too.

Ludovic Brenta.

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