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Re: Work-needing packages report for Jul 11, 2003

Hi, Marcelo E. Magallon wrote:

>  > Perhaps a requirement of becoming a Debian Maintainer could be the
>  > adoption of one of the WNPP packages (assuming there are any in line
>  > with the applicants skills).  
>  I'd wouldn't impose that upon new people.  Requiring a package is
>  something I can agree with (modulo exceptional circumstances), but
>  adopting something in the WNPP list is not.  If they do that willingly,
>  sure.

IMHO it makes sense to require NMs to do _some_ 'volunteer' work (adopting
orphaned packages, fixing RC bugs, whatever else Debian needs).

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