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I'd like to reduce my load of Debian packages by having those that I do
not use regularly adopted by those who do use them.

Difficult packages:

syscalltrack - Track system calls across the Linux system
  * Changed build system to autoconf/automake, need some work to adapt
    and is not trivial to test (generates module source and user-mode

pfaedit - Font Editor for PS, TrueType and OpenType fonts
  * Updates very often, has a critical bug that I didn't resolve yet,
    main problem is rate of updates.

Easy packages:

easytag - viewing, editing and writing ID3 tags of MP3 and Ogg files
  * Updates pretty often (once a month or so)

kernel-patch-tekram-dc3x5 -  Tekram SCSI host DC3x5 support

I wouldn't mind giving away mdk, xmbdfed and template-new if someone
wants them, they are low maintenance so I can keep up with them.

All packages have a very responsive upstream author.


Baruch Even

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