Due to the fact that I'm no longer interested in dealing with package sponsorship issues anymore, I'm orphaning my packages. They are: * devmapper * lvm2 Both important packages, devmapper is used by evms and lvm2, and lilo depends upon it. Matt or Patrick, I would assume one (or both) of you would want it. Patrick, you're already an lvm2 co-maintainer; should I should just bump you up to maintainer? * firestring * firedns * messagewall Firestring and firedns are both very simple libraries (although a few versions behind). No outstanding bugs exist. Messagewall is a very useful daemon that sits in front of your SMTP server, filtering spam, virus, and other such nastiness. Upstream is working on a new version (I try to bug him about it whenever I see him), but the current version is over a year old. There's also a rewrite planned, w/ things like threading and pam auth; I don't know where that stands atm. * keepalived This daemon handles both VRRP failover and LVS clustering. It's a highly useful package, up-to-date and w/ no outstanding bugs. * par2cmdline This is useful for parity checking; for you usenet alt.binaries.* addicts, it's pretty popular there (among other places). * libapache2-mod-perl2 Thom's officially the maintainer, but hasn't had time for it since the initial release. It has a few outstanding bugs, and generally requires the ability to read some (rather horrid) perl. Thom, if you want to step back up as the maintainer, let me know; otherwise, it's up for grabs. It's also a version behind, as the new upstream release has a license change. See <http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.linux.debian.devel.legal/12591> for more info. Any packages that don't get picked up get tossed to the QA group.
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