,Adam C Powell IV <email@example.com>,Kurt Keville <kkeville@MIT.EDU>,Josselin Mouette <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: Requesting adoption of some packages.
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I think the following packages found the prospective maintainers;
thanks for your offers.
> newt/newt-utf8 -- text-windowing toolkit
> new upstream available. Possible compatibility problems with RedHat 9 etc.
Alastair McKinstry <email@example.com>
I wish you good luck for debian-installer.
> diskless -- create diskless clusters
> you need to become the upstream to this as well.
Adam C Powell IV <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
thanks for taking this.
> mpich -- implementation of MPI, message-passing interface, parallel programming language
> A big package, with lots of problems, and very specific use.
Kurt Keville <kkeville@MIT.EDU>,
it's a big beast, please tame it well :)
> libpng -- libpng2 PNG library
> A 'legacy' package that I haven't updated for a while.
> You may wish to take libpng3 with this package if you wish.
Josselin Mouette <email@example.com>,
be careful when incorporating upstream changes, because upstream build system
has shifted and changed a lot.