Le mercredi 27 juin 2012 22:22:17, Ian Jackson a écrit : > Philipp Schafft writes ("Bug#679236: O: ckport -- portability analysis and security checking tool"): > > The package as made hardy useful by Ron Lee's personal vendetta against > > me. > > I searched a bit and AFAICT this is a reference to these threads: > bugs.debian.org/674634 > http://lists.debian.org/debian-release/2012/06/msg00388.html > http://lists.keep-cool.org/pipermail/announce/2012-May/000086.html > > From > http://packages.qa.debian.org/c/celt.html > I see that Ron Lee is indeed the maintainer of celt. > > It seems to me from reading these conversations that Ron has no > vendetta against you. That kind of accusation is totally > inappropriate. > > Ron does indeed have something against the package celt, and his > explanations make perfect sense to me. That is, he appears to be > right. He is also doing, AFAICT, the right thing. > > I think NMUing the rdepends of celt is the right thing to do, if it is > necessary. (That is, if they haven't already been updated to turn off > celt.) What is the link between celt and ckport? I mean, why does this orphaning message refers (implicitely) to celt? > > Ian. Anyway, I didn't know this package and it seems interesting. I'd be happy to adopt this package but since I'm quite busy now it wouldn't make any sense to adopt it now. I'll add a bookmark for it and will adopt it in september if nobody does before. Best regards, Thomas Preud'homme
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