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Re: Have anyone heared?

On Sat, Nov 25, 2000 at 03:20:07PM +0100, Ola Lundqvist wrote:
> I'm a bit confused by the situation. I packaged webmin (did ITP, and all)
> and uploaded it and it got installed to woody. There was a review in
> debianplanet and that person seems to like it anyway.
> Jaldhar H. Vyas intended to take it over because he did start to package
> it earlier. So I let him do that and there was some trouble. My package
> was then removed (in the process) but now I do not know what to do.
> I have tried to contact Jaldhar but he do not seems to answer. There can be
> a number of reasons (vacation, misconfigured mailservers and so on). But I
> want some advice.
> * Should I take over his packages? (which in some sence are better than mine)
> but they are not uploaded.
> * Should I just let things be?
> * What should I do with the bugs reported?
> * Can I state myself as the maintainer (because I do not hear from him)?
>   And is it my responsibility to make things work?
> * How long should I wait, because I really want webmin in woody.
> * Have anyone heared from him, or knows what's going on?

I've heard from him on several occasions during this time when your package
was in the archive... it would be nice of you to let him maintain it since
he's had unofficial packages for it for ages now (I know about it just from
reading -devel, and I've never even used them!).

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