Re: proposed new pseudo-package 'debian-mentors' for handling sponsoring requests
On Tue, 17 Jan 2012, Ansgar Burchardt wrote:
> We plan to ask for the creation of a new pseudo-package
> debian-mentors or mentors.debian.org  (contact:
> firstname.lastname@example.org) in Debian's bug tracking system (the
> name is still subject to change). A workflow for handling sponsoring
> requests is proposed below. It is based on an earlier discussion on the
> debian-mentors list.
The proposal looks great. And I like that it will allow us to know more,
and in an automated way, about the status of a current sponsorship request.
That way the PTS can provide more precise information instead of just
telling that a package is available on mentors.debian.net.
To better fit the naming of pseudo-packages, we ought to pick
mentors.debian.org but it would be weird if that DNS entry did not exist.
Dear DSA, do you think it's possible to have a CNAME mentors.debian.org
pointing to mentors.debian.net? It's currently not hosted on a .d.o
machine but AIUI the mentors.debian.net admins are interested to move it
to DSA-managed host at some point.
Raphaël Hertzog ◈ Debian Developer
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