Is the info at http://www.debian.org/doc/prospective-packages.html
Maybe packages orphaned more than 200+ days should be allowed to die,
perhaps after an annoucement to debian-devel?
Also, some packages have been offered their packages for a while -
maybe a report send to debian-devel biweekly or monthly could help
clear this up?
Many packages are hundred of days in creation (time to be packet, I
assume). Maybe someone should mail these ppl. and make sure that the
project were not abandoned (and if they were, move the prospective
packages to "not available yet"?).
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