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Re: New list: lts-do-call-me

Hi Markus,

On 17/07/2019 17:16, Markus Koschany wrote:
> Am 17.07.19 um 16:46 schrieb Roberto C. Sánchez:
>> On Wed, Jul 17, 2019 at 11:26:56AM -0300, Markus Koschany wrote:
>>> lts-do-call-me contains all maintainers and/or source
>>> packages that should be handled by the maintainer. Please contact all
>>> maintainers in this list before starting to work on the package. There
>>> are some other maintainers who regularly provide updates themselves,
>>> please update the list as needed and share any information you have.
>> Is it correct to assume that packages will be noted with this
>> information when triaged into dla-needed.txt?  I've seen some that have
>> a note like, "maintainer will handle update," so I assume that it is
>> part of the front desk procedure. 
> Yes, ideally this should be managed by frontdesk. So if you are not
> already aware of it take a look at both files and then add the package
> with a note.
>> Likewise, I would expect a note
>> indicating that the maintainer has been contacted and stating either
>> that no response has been received yet, or a response has been received
>> saying that we should go ahead or let the maintainer handle it (as
>> appropriate).
>> Do I understand correctly?
> I think that works as before. We already do it this way. For the
> majority of packages nothing will change but for those packages in
> lts-do-call-me we should take extra care and note any responses of the
> maintainer and follow-up as necessary.
Would you be so kind as to update the wiki
to clarify what front-desk needs to do / not to do?

I'm not sure what the workflow is (notify maintainer and add to
dla-needed.txt stating so? not add to dla-needed until maintainer acked?
also how to detect when a package maintainer changed and hence
lts-do-call-me needs to be updated / new maintainer asked for their

Last, do we drop 'lts-do-no-call'?


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