Re: Is volatile dead?
On Monday, 21 Nov 2005, you wrote:
> On Monday 21 November 2005 10.15, Andreas Barth wrote:
> > * Adrian von Bidder (email@example.com) [051121 08:32]:
> > > * I've not received an answer to my announcement on the d-v mailing
> > > list in a week, and investigation of the last three messages in the
> > > list archive (re: spamassassin and f-prot-installer) indicate that
> > > receiving no comments is nothing unusual.
> > You mean, if there is a week where people are only available for
> > emergency services, an service is "officially dead"? Sorry, I disagree.
> yes, I have only waited a week, and I agree with you that people can be very
> busy for one week and not able to answer mail. But a week is not the
> impression I get:
> As I said, I'm not involved with volatile at all, and getting no answer for
> a week and, on investigating, finding that the relevant mailing list is
> very low-traffic with the latest messages being two other people
> complaining about delays of a month, does not give me a good impression.
> If this is a temporary situation, all the better.
How about joining the team? debian-volatile would surely do better, if
more persons would be involved in the team process. Why does it allways
need Andi or me to answer a mail on the mailing lists?