Re: NM waiting... :)
On Thu, Aug 15, 2002 at 12:29:43PM -0300, Henrique de Moraes Holschuh wrote:
> On Thu, 15 Aug 2002, Osamu Aoki wrote:
> > I am not mad but I am somewhat intrigued.
> Blame it on real life interfering on my Debian work :(
No problem. Good to hear. I had a feel about you reading ML.
> > comment on mailing list. I sent a personal e-mail wondering his
> > health... No reply.
> Uups... sorry about that :( They're sitting on the inbox, because I didn't
> want to reply to them with a "sorry, you will need another AM", and that was
> the only answer I could give you, so far.
Oh, you could have said "sorry I am busy, but I want to do this please
wait". I will be happy editing my package while waiting.
> > I think even if there is some reason to delay, NM must be informed about
> > situation at least once a month from AM. Is he still alive? He told me
> > on ML that he will do something after debconf.
> Actually, I contacted the helpdesk in IRC and told them I would probably
> have to drop my NMs because I simply was not finding the time to handle
> them. This happened two weeks ago, I think. Helpdesk is short on AMs,
> though, and even more on AMs that would like to somehow make doc NMs happen
> in a more smooth way. So I was asked to not send you guys a "sorry, can't
> do it right now" letter yet, and try to find a way to free up time to AM you
Understood. No reply was bud choice, though. We all know we have life
outside of Debian and volunteer organization can be stretched thin.
> Since then, I RFA'ed fetchmail to free up some debian time, but it was not
> enough. I was trying to free up some time next week, but I can't really
> promise that either.
> > I hope he is just busy with life.
> So far, that's the only problem: got promoted at work, and that ate up 80%
> of the work time I could use for Debian (albeit in a restricted way), and
> did some very bad things to my spare time otherwise (so I have not managed
> to redirect some of that time to Debian yet).
Good for you.
> I wonder if I could get you guys going on tasks & skills (which is the
> troublesome part of a doc maintainer test), and some other AM handle the
> other stuff. That would speed up matters a lot.
I can certainly be sure I am not up for any core binary packages.
But I had my name in maintainer field of "printtool" package at one time
in woody testing cycle (mostly TCL and shell). Yes this was mistake in
official maintainer. So I am open for packaging some utility packages
and would like to be tested for that "tasks & skills".
Anyway, as you said before this doc maintainer test is new and takes
time to get ready. Just drop us a message once a month telling us you are
working on it :) I will wait.
> Reply-to set to newmaint list, let's move the thread there.
Subscribed to newmaint list :) Reply to it.
+ Osamu Aoki <email@example.com> @ Cupertino, CA USA +