intend to hijack GnuPG
Hi Release Team,
I intend to hijack GnuPG, but as it builds an udeb and has priority
important, I ask if the Release Team allow it.
James seems to be MIA more than six months ago:
activity-pgp:[Mon, 22 Oct 2007 23:02:33] "9BF0 93BC 475B ABF8 B6AE A5F6 D7C3 F131 AB2A 91F5" "<firstname.lastname@example.org> archive/latest/102479" "<handler.372717.D372717.email@example.com>"
activity-from:[Wed, 05 Sep 2007 19:44:23] "James Troup <firstname.lastname@example.org>" "<email@example.com> archive/latest/167709" "<firstname.lastname@example.org>"
Various people can't reach him. On the other hand, he seems to be
active on Ubuntu, he joined to Launchpad security this january at
least. Moritz Muehlenhoff noted that it should be hijacked and get in
shape for Lenny. Thus I have created a preliminary package which
fixes some important bugs and get v1.4.9 to the archive.
Does the Release Team allow this hijack, should I upload it as an NMU
instead or just leave it alone?
 dget http://www.routers.hu/gcs/gnupg_1.4.9-1.dsc