Re: On unresponsive maintainers (was: Re: On using magicfilter and gs)
Is there any formal requirement that a maintainer be responsive, or even do his
job at all?
Is there a procedure for taking a package away from a maintainer, and having
someone else take care of maintaining it?
I don't know anything about the packages in question or their maintainer, but if
he's really being unresponsive, somebody should look into it in a serious way.
Michael D. Crawford
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