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Re: Implementing my proposal for the organisation of QA

On Wed, 9 Jan 2002 21:55:12 +0100
Raphael Hertzog <hertzog@debian.org> wrote:

> Le Wed, Jan 09, 2002 at 04:52:41PM +0100, Martin Michlmayr écrivait:
> > Please mention the scripts in pandora:/org/qa.debian.org/mia (plus the
> > README).  It's true that most inactive maintainers are found during
> > BSP and fixing RC bugs; however, I think that the "MIA team" itself
> > should be rather small (2-3 people).  I think Raphaël disagrees with
> > me here, though.
> The MIA team may be small (ie the people who are actually deciding to
> orphan a package and so on) but we must have as many people as we can
> who report facts when they detect a maintainer who is possibly MIA.
> The even better thing is when we don't need to centralize the detection
> of MIA people because the community around the package takes care of it.
> That's my goal. :)
and that's why I think that the mia-reporting mail and stuff should be
better documented... maybe the developer's reference...

it would be much easier to find MIA maintainers, if people[1] knew
what to do when they think someone is MIA, I'm sure...


[1]: non-QA people, I mean...

    Gustavo Noronha Silva - kov <http://www.metainfo.org/kov>
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