Re: RFA: jabberd2 -- Jabber instant messenger server
On Wed, 2012-12-19 at 16:53 +0400, Michael Tokarev wrote:
18.12.2012 17:51, Andrei POPESCU wrote:
> On Ma, 18 dec 12, 09:20:25, Willem van den Akker wrote:
>> I am willing to maintain the packages jabberd2 and udns. I have already uploaded new versions of both packages to mentors.debian.org.
>> http://mentors.debian.net/package/udns http://mentors.debian.net/package/jabberd2
> Regarding udns, the package doesn't appear to be orphaned (no O: bug against wnpp). In this case uploading a new package might be considered a hijack. If you want to help you should definitely contact the Maintainer first.
The package hasn't been orphaned, but I as the only upstream author
asked for it to not enter.. lenny (!) because I thought I implement
some different API for it. But in recent years I haven't done a
thing about it (except of accepting some patches which implements
support for additional RR types, and fixing bugs in these patches).
#493599 - while most technical points are gone now, one point
raised there is valid: maybe there's no need to have yet another
resolver? I dunno, I wrote it for a reason but I don't have time
to support it, and while it does not have lots of bugs, it is
missing some features, in particular it is DNSSEC support.
Besides, I'm now a debian developer, and it'd be quite a bit
silly to ask another person to package my own software for
Yes I would be silly to ask an other person. But I just gave you a little help.
Jabberd2 is orphaned. I would like to adopt it. However it depends on udns and
thats why I created a package. I could ask you first, however DD's are often very
busy and I could take a little work out of their hands.
#493599. Jabberd2 only depends on the library. Also Jabberd2 wont use another
resolver in a short time . So we are stuck with udns. I personally do not find
ejabberd an alternatieve because it needs tons of elang files.