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Re: Scsh (Was: Re: My orphaned packages.)

On 00-09-12 Daniel Kobras wrote:
> On 11 Sep 2000, Karl M. Hegbloom wrote:

> > >>>>> "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
> >  it.
> > 
> >  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?

> Sounds good to me. Martin is on vacation for a couple of days but I'm sure
> we can work out a scheme everyone's confident with as soon as he's
> back. The big problem IMHO however being that neither of us is registered
> as a developer so far. I'd be happy to work on debs for a recent version
> of scsh but we'd really need some maintainer to adopt the package until my
> appliance gets through.

You don't need a package maintainer to adopt the package for getting a
new package uploaded. A sponsor for you and Martin would be enough to
upload the package to the archive. Do you already are in the NM-Queue

Ein "Nein" ausgesprochen mit der tiefsten Überzeugung ist besser
und größer als ein "Ja" um zu gefallen oder noch schlimmer, um
Schwierigkeiten zu umgehen.
  -- Mahatma Gandhi

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