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Re: Handling of poorly maintained and useless packages

All'incirca Fri, 12 Oct 2007 09:13:11 +0200,  Lucas Nussbaum
<lucas@lucas-nussbaum.net> sembrerebbe aver scritto:

> I think that the following makes sense:
> - For packages where orphaning was proposed: 50 days
> - For packages where removal was proposed: 100 days

I am not a DD, so my opinion is not very relevant. However I'd suggest
to send the warning message at least twice before orphaning or removing
the package, because just one warning could, for some reason, be dropped
(e.g. an antispam error). There is no need to fire him a message a day,
two or three in the 50 days period (or a month, or whatever else) is
enough, I think.

Regards, Giovanni.
Giovanni Mascellani <g.mascellani@gmail.com>
Pisa, Italy

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