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Scsh (Was: Re: My orphaned packages.)

>>>>> "Daniel" == Daniel Kobras <kobras@tat.physik.uni-tuebingen.de> writes:

    Daniel> On 10 Sep 2000, Karl M. Hegbloom wrote:
    >> `scsh' ought to be taken over by someone who actually uses it.  I've
    >> not even looked at it in over a year.

    Daniel> If nobody objects I'd like to do this together with Martin
    Daniel> Gasbichler who wrote a fair part of scsh 0.6. But me
    Daniel> having just applied for Debian maintainership this will
    Daniel> take some time...

 I also have an adoption offer from Georg Bauer (Cc'd), who I
 responded to on the attached message, telling him that if he contacts
 the new maintainer team and has a working `scsh' package, he can have

 Since you are teaming with Martin Gasbichler, and since Martin is a
 co-author of Scsh, I'd say that puts you two in as most qualified to
 handle the package.  (Daniel?  Please forward this mail to Martin.)

 Perhaps the three of you could team?  What do you all think?

From: Georg Bauer <gb@hugo.westfalen.de>
Subject: Bug#71265: Documentation for scsh not in /usr/share/doc
To: "Karl M. Hegbloom" <karlheg@bittersweet.inetarena.com>,
	gb <gb@murphy.bofh.ms>
Date: Sun, 10 Sep 2000 22:26:42 +0200


On 10 Sep 2000 11:26:13 -0700 karlheg@bittersweet.inetarena.com (Karl M.
Hegbloom) wrote:

> Ok.  I sure wish someone would take over `scsh'.  I've not got time
> for it anymore.

I am not a debian developer currently, but I would step up if some
maintainer is needed. scsh is quite cool and I once created my own package
for it (yours wasn't available at that time). I am not that new on debian
packages, as I have my own repository for (mostly hack) packages for my own
use (http://www.gws-online.de/download/), so I think I could handle it.

I didn't keep up with debian developments in the political area, so I am not
quite sure about what would be needed to be done be me to step up, but your
best way out might be to help me in ;-)

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