Re: Leaving Debian -- adopt my packages
I'll take FreeCiv.
firstname.lastname@example.org (Karl Sackett) writes:
> For personal and work-related reasons I have decided to end my work
> as a developer for Debian Linux and I am placing all my packages up
> for adoption. Here's the list:
> 9fonts 9menu 9term 9wm blt courtney exmh freeciv freelip gcl gclinfo
> glut groupkit imgstar lee libpcap libtclobjc libtool mesa mimedecode
> netcdf objpak pgapack premail procmail-lib regex rel rx saoimage
> scm slib snns swisswatch tcs tkdiff wily xbattle xconq xephem-smotif
> I'm sure most of these will find good homes. I can provide limited
> help to developers who adopt these packages.
> Karl Sackett email@example.com
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