On Friday 08 November 2013 01:06:01 gregor herrmann wrote: > On Thu, 07 Nov 2013 22:37:01 +0100, Pali Rohár wrote: > > > > Again, after month I have not got any responce. > > > > CCing everybody from this thread. What to do? > > > > > > I'd say you got an "email problem". > > > If I were the recpient of this email I wouldn't know what > > > you were asking. > > > > Ok, here is info: Months ago I sent patch for package > > netplug to ML. Someody wrote that I should send it to > > bugtracker. So I posted it to . > > Which you haven't CC'd now ... > > > I also sent that patch also to upstream > > project, but no response. Even no response from Debian > > package maintainer. Also bug page is without comments. > > Every month I send email to ML to this thread, asking for > > state. > > I totally understand your frustration, and I'm sorry that > Debian at large can be quite bad at dealing with requests > like this. > > But mailing debian-devel, which is a high-level meta > discussion list around Debian development in general, read by > thousands of people (and not a community of a handful people > working on this or a couple of packages) and cc'ing unrelated > people won't help either ... > Ok, so where to send email(s) if debian-devel list is not good? > Ideas: > - always keep the bug in the loop > - contact the MIA team, if you think the maintainers are > inactive - prepare an NMU and ask for sponsorship on > debian-mentors > what MIA and NMU means? > (As a personal note, I'm very appreciative about your great > work in Maemo, and I'm very happy to see something from Maemo > coming back to Debian, even if it's frustrating for your > right now.) > > Cheers, > gregor -- Pali Rohár email@example.com
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