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Re: making sponsorship easier and make (love && (!war))

++ 16/01/01 23:36 +0100 - Christian Kurz:
> On 01-01-16 Peter Novodvorsky wrote:
> > ++ 16/01/01 21:33 +0900 - Junichi Uekawa:
> > > In Tue, 16 Jan 2001 00:16:09 +0300 Peter Novodvorsky <nidd@debian.org> cum veritate scripsit :
> > > 
> > > > Next idea is that committee is shareing one incoming queue. People
> > > > doesn't need to seek for sponsors. They just upload their packages to
> > > > SDB upload queue. Any comments?
> > > 
> > > I think this obfuscates who is responsible for sponsoring the package
> > > too much.
> > We have QA. It is responsible for orphaned packages. Does it obfuscate
> > who is responsible for sponsoring the package? Anyway, we can register
> > who uploaded the package last time. 
> QA already has enough open tasks that are done by the QA Team, so adding
> another task like sponsoring people is in my opinion not acceptable. And
> I would normally say that the maintainership of the orphaned packages
> isn't also a task for a QA Team, but more a task for a separate Team.
> The QA Team does focus more on having our packages in a good shape and
> be bugfree, taking care of maintainers that are MIA and so on. So there
> are enough tasks that the QA Team is already taking care of. I would
> vote for creating then a new Sponsors Team, that consists of sponsor,
> who will take care of this packages.

I think you misuderstood me. I wanted to say that we already have
group (not one developer) that maintains packages. Junichi said that
it obfuscates who is responsible for the package and I objected this
way. My idea was to create Sponsors Team too. But first I should write

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