I just had a look at c.o.l.dev.system and found the following article:
> Complaints and Compliments To Debian
> Complaint: The "ksmbfs" package that is currently shipping in
> the Debian-1.2-stable distribution is ridiculously out of date.
> It needs to be removed from that distribution or else upgraded.
> The person listed as maintainer tells me that he relinquished
> that position long ago. What gives? I thought Debian had a
> nice system for developers to keep track of who is responsible
> for what.
Is this true or is it just noise?
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