Re: Request to adopt txt2tags
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Is the MIA team MIA?
I am trying during 7 months to update a package and fix some bugs, but
without any answer...
Hope after lenny will be more easy help the project...
Eder L. Marques
Just another weekend hacker
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On 29 Oct 2008, Eder L. Marques wrote:
> On 15 Sept 2008, Eder L. Marques wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> I am currently the maintainer of funcoeszz
>> The upstream have another tool called txt2tags. It is packaged by a DD,
>> Christian Surchi.
>> The upstream told me that he tried many times to contact the DD to
>> request an update, but he didn't answer. The last update was made in 2006.
>> I had tried to contact Christian at the email supplied by qa.d.o
>> (@debian.o). The first message was sent 08 Aug 2008, followed by other
>> 01 Sept 2008. None get answer.
>> Following the Developers Reference, I tried to get more information
>> about Christian.
>> He responsible for 5 packages: cappuccino, hasciicam, surfraw, txt2tags,
>> From mia-query (thank you Frank Lichtenheld):
>> activity-pgp:[Thu, 21 Dec 2006 21:44:13]
>> activity-from:[Mon, 01 Sep 2008 12:57:40] (debian-italian)
>> With an exception of surfraw and hasciicam (updated in Aug 2008) all the
>> other are from 2006.
>> Currently txt2tags have 7 opened bugs, two versions old that the
>> current upstream version (2.5). I made a package, fixing 6 of these bugs.
>> So, if the MIA/QA team agree, I would like to adopt and maintain the
>> txt2tags package on Debian.
>> Kind regards,
>> 1- http://packages.qa.debian.org/f/funcoeszz.html
>> 2- http://www.debian.org/doc/developers-reference/beyond-pkging.html#mia-qa
>> 3- http://email@example.com
>> 4- http://packages.qa.debian.org/t/txt2tags.html
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