Hi, On So 20 Aug 2017 14:03:47 CEST, Dominic Hargreaves wrote:
Dear Mike, In the Debian Perl team, we have been looking at perl module packages which are not team maintained and considering whether the lives of these packages can be made better (for example, by reducing the overhead and increasing the consistency of that packaging), by suggesting that they be moved to the pkg-perl team. There is no obligation, of course, to do this, but if you would like to move any or all of your module packages to the team, you can request to join the team and then migrate your packages across. Of course, if you are already a team member, then you are already free to import and upload your packages under team maintainership. The benefits of working within the team include increased consistency and efficiency at scale when working with large number of straightforward module packages, and more flexibility when it comes to QA work. If you don't feel able to join the team but would like your packages to benefit from this anyway, you can also reply to this email asking for the package(s) in question to be adopted by the team (though obviously we'd prefer the former case). You can find out more about the team and how to join it at <http://pkg-perl.alioth.debian.org/>. At this stage we are contacting all such maintainers with a general invitation. Future team-wide QA efforts may identify specific packages we'd like to help with maintenance of and we may therefore follow-up with another invitation in such cases. Your lib*-perl packages are listed below for reference: libgstreamer1-perl Thanks for your work in maintaining the Debian Perl ecosystem! Best wishes Dominic. on behalf of the Debian Perl Team
Done (fixed in debian/control and uploaded). The non-team maintenance happened by accident.
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