Re: Too much is too much: One month in Incoming
On Mon, Jul 26, 1999 at 02:28:55PM +0200, Stephane Bortzmeyer wrote:
> That's a common problem with Debian (see the handling of new maintainers):
> not the fact that you have to wait (some things take more time than
> others, and we are all volunteers), but the complete lack of feedback. Is
> there a problem? I've seen other new packages arriving after and getting
> out sooner. So, what should I do? Buy RedHat shares?
Nothing. They're simply too busy. And the rest of us can do nothing else
but - wait.
There are now ~200 source packages/versions waiting for acceptance in the
Incoming. Some of those packages don't even need testing and approval -
they're the same packages as some that are already in the archive, that just
changed their name, and one line in the override file has to be modified.
I don't think that another note saying 'your packages will be processed,
please wait' would make anyone feel better :)
Please, FTP admins, hurry up. At least with those uploads that fix
release critical bugs!
enJoy -*/\*- don't even try to pronounce my first name