Re: Too much disruptive NMUs
tony mancill <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I view the "absolute minimal changes" NMU process as designed for (and
> more appropriate for) actively maintained packages. That is, the NMU
Either it's a QA upload or it's a NMU, but it can't be "a bit of
If the package is effectively not maintained anymore, it's up to the MIA
team to investigate and eventually decide to orphan the package.
This kind of NMUs don't help; they just help the unmaintained stuff fly
below the MIA radar longer.
Julien BLACHE - Debian & GNU/Linux Developer - <email@example.com>
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