Re: congratulations to our ftp-master team
Russ Allbery <email@example.com> writes:
> Anand Kumria <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> A simple assurance that your package will be rejected from the NEW queue
>> if no ftp-master approves it within 2 weeks would actually be a benefit.
> It seems like, if that's the way that you want the world to work, you
> could already just pretend that this is the case. If your package has
> gone for more than two weeks, it seems to me like you could decide to
> treat it in all respects as if it had been rejected and just go on with
> your life. If it ends up getting accepted, you could orphan it, or decide
> to pick it up again.
When the ftp masters reject a package, they say why it has been
rejected as a rule. So at least that part can't be substituted for in