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Bad Maintainer Addresses

After 24 hours, the following maintainer email addresses have bounced mail:


I've crossreferenced this with the maintainers list and come up with
the following packages that need to be fixed.

   amsfonts                Nils Rennebarth <nils@nus.pan-net.de>
   amslatex                Nils Rennebarth <nils@nus.pan-net.de>
   amstex                  Nils Rennebarth <nils@nus.pan-net.de>
   bibtex                  Nils Rennebarth <nils@nus.pan-net.de>
   doc++                   Gordon Russell <g.russell@dcs.napier.ac.uk>
   dvipsk                  Nils Rennebarth <nils@nus.pan-net.de>
   gsfonts                 joost witteveen <joostje#debian.org>
   j1                      moth@firefly.com (Raul D. Miller)
   kbd                     oehansen@halmstad.mail.telia.com ("Orn E. Hansen")
   kpathsea                Nils Rennebarth <nils@nus.pan-net.de>
   lout                    Ian Jackson <ian@chiark.chu.cam.ac.uk>
   ltxgraph                Nils Rennebarth <nils@nus.pan-net.de>
   ltxmisc                 Nils Rennebarth <nils@nus.pan-net.de>
   ltxtool                 Nils Rennebarth <nils@nus.pan-net.de>
   mailpgp                 Patrick J Edwards <edwards@cambridgnet.sk.ca>
   makeindex               Nils Rennebarth <nils@nus.pan-net.de>
   mfbin                   Nils Rennebarth <nils@nus.pan-net.de>
   mfnfss                  Nils Rennebarth <nils@nus.pan-net.de>
   multimedia              Joey Hess <jeh22@cornell.edu>
   oldgerman               Nils Rennebarth <nils@nus.pan-net.de>
   pandora                 Nils Rennebarth <nils@nus.pan-net.de>
   pkg-order               Manoj Srivastava <srivasta@debian.com>
   ps2pk                   Nils Rennebarth <nils@nus.pan-net.de>
   psnfss                  Nils Rennebarth <nils@nus.pan-net.de>
   psutils                 Dale Scheetz <dwarf@polaris.com>
   sam                     Raul Miller <moth@firefly.com>
   setserial               Gordon Russell <g.russell@dcs.napier.ac.uk>
   sgmlspm                 Ian Jackson <ian@chiark.chu.cam.ac.uk>
   texbin                  Nils Rennebarth <nils@nus.pan-net.de>
   texpsfnt                Nils Rennebarth <nils@nus.pan-net.de>
   textfm                  Nils Rennebarth <nils@nus.pan-net.de>
   ucbmpeg                 Raul Miller <moth@firefly.com>
   ucbmpeg_play            Raul Miller <moth@firefly.com>
   vlock                   oehansen@halmstad.mail.telia.com ("Orn E. Hansen")
   w3-el                   moth@firefly.com (Raul D. Miller)
   workman                 Volker Ossenkopf <ossk@sol.astro.uni.jena.de>
   xdvik                   Nils Rennebarth <nils@nus.pan-net.de>
   xvmount                 Volker Ossenkopf <ossk@sol.astro.uni.jena.de>

These people should upload new versions of these packages with correct
email addresses.

In addition, I was told that the following packages are no longer maintained
by the people listed against them:

   fsp                     Stuart Lamble <lamble@yoyo.cc.monash.edu.au>
   gdb                     Stuart Lamble <lamble@yoyo.cc.monash.edu.au>
   libelf0                 Stuart Lamble <lamble@yoyo.cc.monash.edu.au>
   libelf0-dev             Stuart Lamble <lamble@yoyo.cc.monash.edu.au>
   lyx                     Stuart Lamble <lamble@yoyo.cc.monash.edu.au>
   itimer                  Richard Kettlewell <richard@elmail.co.uk>
   repair                  Richard Kettlewell <richard@elmail.co.uk>
   vm                      Richard Kettlewell <richard@elmail.co.uk>

There are also the following packages marked as orphaned:

   gopher-client           (orphan)
   gopherd                 (orphan)
   libc4                   (orphaned)
   libc4-dev               (orphaned)

If anybody would like to take these packages, please do!

Last I heard, Sven Rudolph <sr1@debian.org> was the person to contact
about taking over orphaned packages.  Please correct me if this has

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