Bug#935390: RFS: vnstat/2.4-0.1 [NMU]
Happy to hear that the package is looking good now. Please also note
that in my submission on Sep 1 with the new RFS, I did include a control
field to retitle the bug without the [ITA] in the title, which was only
applicable when it appeared that Christian was unavailable. So the bug
is now actually titled "RFS: vnstat/2.4-0.1 [NMU]" since Sep 1.
Apologies again for any initial confusion with the manner in which I
opened the bug back on Aug 22. It has been a rapid learning curve for me
these past couple of weeks relative to how to make the package correct
for Debian, with a fair few mistakes along the way (mistakes often
giving a great opportunity for further learning, as they have done for
me in this instance).
It looks that a new shared repository has been created on Salsa already
(by Christian I imagine) for the vnStat package  and I have already
received an email notifying me that I've been invited as a maintainer
for the package. So I guess it is now up to Christian and I to begin the
coordination of making use of that repository for vnStat.
On 09/03/2019 12:18 AM, Sven Hoexter wrote:
> On Sun, Sep 01, 2019 at 09:23:06AM -0700, Rob Savoury wrote:
>> Package: sponsorship-requests
>> dget -x
> Hey Rob and Christian,
> the package looks good to me. I've uploaded it to delayed-3 in case
> Christian objects the upload. From what I understood he's fine with the
> NMU, but just in case.
> So Christian in case you object to this upload give me a short notice
> and I can cancel it within the next three days.
> Rob the "ITA" tag in the bug is a bit misleading in the sense that if you
> want to adopt someting (ITA - Intent To Adopt), you usually set yourself
> as the package maintainer in debian/control.
> I'm not sure what Christian is up to, but maybe it makes sense to move the
> package to https://salsa.debian.org/debian and have it group maintained.
> But that's up to Christian to decide.