On Saturday 23 March 2013 09:48:27 Raphael Hertzog wrote: > On Sat, 23 Mar 2013, Philipp Matthias Hahn wrote: > > > When I am in a similar situation, I tend to offer the > > > person to join as co-maintainer. The patch is not very > > > long and it should not be too hard to review. Or you can > > > redirect him towards upstream if that's better. > > > > Upstream is dead: <http://hg.serpentine.com/netplug> > > 2010-06-26 So basically I would need to maintain that patch > > ad infinitum. And currently I don't have the time to become > > a new upstream, so my rather harsh reply. > > That's something that Pali deserved to know. He wrote a patch > and he uses it, he could be the next upstream maintainer... > who knows? > > I do the same mistake from time to time, but just because > someone is on the other side of the bug report, doesn't mean > that he should be considered only as a mere user. > > Cheers, So is my patch totally ignored? I sent it to upstream maintainer, next to debian mailinglist, attached to debian bug tracking system, sent to ubuntu mailinglist and also to launchpad ubuntu bug tracker. And nobody reviewed it until now... So where should be patches sent for review and for inclusion to system? -- Pali Rohár email@example.com
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