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Re: Bits from the MIA team



Hi Mario,
* Mario Iseli <mario@debian.org> [2007-12-06 21:33]:
[...] 
> Team maintenance
> ================
> If one package of the person is maintained in a team, at the step where we send
> the prod-mail we file a Bug of severity "serious" against the package,
> requesting that the person is being removed from the
> Uploaders/Maintainers-field. At the point where we orphan the packages, and the
> person isn't removed from those fields, we just make an NMU to enforce this.
> Don't forget to set these usertags:
> User: mia@qa.debian.org
> Usertags: mia-teammaint

What is the purpose of this? If the package is well 
maintained I think it's really 
questionable that an inactive co-maintainer justifies a 
source upload just because his name is in the control file 
(like for example in #455011). 
I also don't think that an inactive co-maintainer should be 
a justification to stop a package to migrate to testing. 
What is the rationale here?

Kind regards
Nico
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