RE: Unseen debian maintainers (fwd)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Luca De_Vitis [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: segunda-feira, 3 de Dezembro de 2001 15:59
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: Unseen debian maintainers (fwd)
> On Mon, Dec 03, 2001 at 03:45:07PM -0000, Frederico.S.Muñoz wrote:
> > This stats use what measure? Last uploaded package? Last
> login into muphy?
> > Last login in any machine?
> > Last file transfered to the user's people.debian.org account?
> AFAIK, it consider any activity related to the whole Debian
> project, such
> as package upload, mail submitted to any Debian list, commits of works
> hosted by Debian etc.
Ahh, ok; mailing-list activity should be a reasonable enough indicator so
that ppl whose packages
do'nt have frequent versions don't get marked as inactive.
> I may be wrong, but file transfer to people account, or simple login
> into a debian machine, does not imply activity in any Debian
> project, so
> it should not be considered.
Well, not exactly... my personal page has several unofficialdebs and general
information that are relevant to
Debian (as many users I also use my debian homepage as a testing ground for
But anyway it seems to be comprehensive enough, although I'm still sure that
some ppl marked inactive are just
Frederico S. Muñoz
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