Heya, Frank and I checked a bunch of very old packages and filed some bugs about them - I just added usertags for "my" bugs to make tracking easier. Bugs that propose to remove the package and give the maintainer some time to react are now tagged "proposed-removal", bugs that ping the maintainer and will lead to orphaning the package use "proposed-orphan". I've used email@example.com as user for all of this. To see what I've done until now, look at this page: http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/pkgreport.cgi?tag=proposed-orphan,proposed-removal;firstname.lastname@example.org;pri0=tag:proposed-removal,proposed-orphan Not very interesting yet, but as all of these mails say "You have one week to react", we can just use http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/pkgreport.cgi?tag=proposed-orphan,proposed-removal;email@example.com;pri0=tag:proposed-removal,proposed-orphan&mindays=7 to get a list of bugs that are older than a week. We can just retitle and reassign those to get proper wnpp and ftp.debian.org bugs next week :) This is only one, very simple usage of usertags, but they can help us to organise work a lot better than before. Marc -- BOFH #370: Virus due to computers having unsafe sex.
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