Re: Help to clarify an issue
Em 01-01-2018 14:02, Mattia Rizzolo escreveu:
> On Mon, Jan 01, 2018 at 10:47:26AM -0500, The Wanderer wrote:
>> On 2018-01-01 at 10:39, Mattia Rizzolo wrote:
>>> On Mon, Jan 01, 2018 at 01:30:16PM -0200, Herbert Fortes wrote:
>>>> The package is orphan now and what it is seems as best can be done
>>>> by who wants to do the job.
>>> So your argument is "the package is not developed anymore (?) and
>>> was always like that, so let's not touch it too much"?
>> I parsed his statement as meaning "Okay, since my opinion as maintainer
>> of this package isn't being accepted, I'm declaring the package
>> orphaned; now anyone who wants to work on it can do so".
>> I mean, I hope I'm wrong, because orphaning would be a drastic and
>> unfortunate outcome from this - but that's how I interpret it.
> Hell, no, that was definitely not what I meant.
> It probably is my fault in misunderstanding its usage of the "orphan"
> word above, see "The package is orphan now". I didn't want to read "I
> orphaned the package" in that, and definitely I wasn't even thinking of
> that outcome.
> - https://bugs.debian.org/886013
> Herbert: In no way I was even thinking of you giving up the package!
> (Also, I believe the only person interested in the package is Jonhatan)
Please be calm everybody.
I really liked to do the package. It has an not common
debian/rules. But I am not in love with the package.
I am a domestic user who wants to be a programmer. I do
not know complex situations where different scenarios
come up. My usage (computer) is simple.
I do not have a camera yet, but I am more closed to
libgphoto2, gphoto2, gthumb. And some python packages.
Packages come and go.