Re: Intent to package: umich-ldap / WNPP: Dermot Bradley probably not maintaining packages
(Excuse me if I'm cc'ing this around too much.)
I think Dermot Bradley isn't actively maintaining packages. I sent mail
to one of his addresses, about packaging gated, a while back. I didn't
hear from him, though I saw gated came off the WNPP list under his name
later on. His packages in the archive are mrtg, libgd, libgd-dev, and
radiusd-merit (the last already tagged as an orphan); the most recent
date on any of them is July 24. And I don't see any mails to -devel or
-user from him since July.
So I think he's probably just gotten too busy, and you should go for it
with ldap, Brian. :-)
Philippe - hope it's reasonable to run this info by you.
Ed Donovan firstname.lastname@example.org
>>>>> "Brian" == Brian Bassett <email@example.com> writes:
Brian> Oops... forgot about that doc. Sorry for any
Brian> confusion. Brian
Brian> On Tue, 2 Dec 1997, Adam P. Harris wrote:
>> [Brian Bassett <firstname.lastname@example.org>] I was wondering if
>> anyone was working on packaging the University of Michigan's LDAP
>> server and client suite. I noticed that hamm does not contain
>> anything LDAP related and thought this might be a good addition.
>> According to the debian prospective packages list,
>> http://www.debian.org/doc/prospective-packages.html Dermot
>> Bradley <email@example.com> is working on that package.
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