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Old 07-14-2010, 11:41 PM
Ng Oon-Ee
 
Default Why is there no option to delete your own package in AUR yourself?

On Thu, 2010-07-15 at 08:58 +1000, Allan McRae wrote:
>
> I think it would be better to just have a "delete request" button which
> would require a note why the package needs deleted so that the TUs could
> have a list they can easily access and work through.
>
> Allan
>
A much better idea. For quick response we could just mail aur-general
directly (those of us who use it).

Simplest solution would probably send an email to [aur-general] with the
comments posted and giving the user's logged-in email address. Perhaps
it should be a 'delete/disown request' button instead, and allowed for
all package rather than just your own. Or 'delete' when its your own and
'disown' when its not.
 
Old 07-14-2010, 11:46 PM
Dave
 
Default Why is there no option to delete your own package in AUR yourself?

On 07/14/2010 04:41 PM, Ng Oon-Ee wrote:

On Thu, 2010-07-15 at 08:58 +1000, Allan McRae wrote:

I think it would be better to just have a "delete request" button which
would require a note why the package needs deleted so that the TUs could
have a list they can easily access and work through.

Allan


A much better idea. For quick response we could just mail aur-general
directly (those of us who use it).

Simplest solution would probably send an email to [aur-general] with the
comments posted and giving the user's logged-in email address. Perhaps
it should be a 'delete/disown request' button instead, and allowed for
all package rather than just your own. Or 'delete' when its your own and
'disown' when its not.


For "disowns", I think the owner should also be e-mails so that he may
appeal the request.


Dave
 
Old 07-15-2010, 12:02 AM
Ng Oon-Ee
 
Default Why is there no option to delete your own package in AUR yourself?

On Wed, 2010-07-14 at 16:46 -0700, Dave wrote:
> On 07/14/2010 04:41 PM, Ng Oon-Ee wrote:
> > On Thu, 2010-07-15 at 08:58 +1000, Allan McRae wrote:
> >> I think it would be better to just have a "delete request" button which
> >> would require a note why the package needs deleted so that the TUs could
> >> have a list they can easily access and work through.
> >>
> >> Allan
> >>
> > A much better idea. For quick response we could just mail aur-general
> > directly (those of us who use it).
> >
> > Simplest solution would probably send an email to [aur-general] with the
> > comments posted and giving the user's logged-in email address. Perhaps
> > it should be a 'delete/disown request' button instead, and allowed for
> > all package rather than just your own. Or 'delete' when its your own and
> > 'disown' when its not.
>
> For "disowns", I think the owner should also be e-mails so that he may
> appeal the request.
>
> Dave

Well yes, I was assuming that the current owner would be informed
automatically. In any case, whenever a reporter does not state
explicitly that "I emailed X a week ago with no reply" the TUs typically
ask him to do so first, so I don't see any difference with how things
are previously even if the current owner is not automatically informed.
 
Old 07-16-2010, 01:19 PM
Александр Фролушкин
 
Default Why is there no option to delete your own package in AUR yourself?

16.07.2010 19:58, Michael Düll (akurei) пишет:
> Am Donnerstag 15 Juli 2010, 00:54:56 schrieb Thomas Dziedzic:
>> On Wed, Jul 14, 2010 at 5:58 PM, Allan McRae <allan@archlinux.org> wrote:
>>> On 15/07/10 08:49, Michael Düll (akurei) wrote:
>>>> Am Donnerstag 15 Juli 2010, 00:41:13 schrieb Thomas Dziedzic:
>>>>> On Wed, Jul 14, 2010 at 5:38 PM, Thomas Dziedzic<gostrc@gmail.com>
>>>>>
>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>> On Wed, Jul 14, 2010 at 5:35 PM, Michael Düll
>>>>>> (akurei)<mail@akurei.org>
>>>> wrote:
>>>>>>> Am Mittwoch 14 Juli 2010, 23:10:07 schrieb Ionuț Bîru:
>>>>>>>> On 07/14/2010 11:54 PM, Michael Düll (akurei) wrote:
>>>>>>>>> Hello fellow Archers!
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> I wonder why there's no option to delete your own package from AUR.
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> Some users pointed out, that there once was too much abusive
>>>>>>>>> behaviour. I can't think of a way how this could be abused, if you
>>>>>>>>> are only allowed to delete your _own_ uploaded packages, except
>>>>>>>>> one: If there's many users (and OTHER packages from AUR that rely
>>>>>>>>> on that perticular package [eg bin32-wine relies on lib32-libldap
>>>>>>>>> from AUR]), and you delete it, thus breaking dependencies.
>>>>>>>>> My proposal is: Allow people to delete their own AUR packages if a)
>>>>>>>>> No other AUR package depends on it and b) if there's less than 10
>>>>>>>>> people "using" it (aurvote). This way it would be easy to delete a
>>>>>>>>> faulty package without first asking on the list and it would
>>>>>>>>> hopefully encourage more people to try and put PKGBUILDS on AUR.
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> akurei
>>>>>>>> we had in the past a problem with an user who deleted a lot of
>>>>>>>> packages. he did that by adopting orphaned packages
>>>>>>> Okay, so let's introduce a "barrier": Let one delete packages like I
>>>>>>> said (he owns them, no other package relies on it, no more than 10
>>>>>>> aurvotes) _plus_ let one delete packages, that he owns for _more than
>>>>>>> three months_. This way there's less chance that someboy "goes amok".
>>>>>>> Additionally there could be an "Trusted-User-Only Undelete" feature
>>>>>>> for a few weeks.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> akurei
>>>>>> I guess you could open this as a feature request if you really want
>>>>>> to, the problem I see is that you have to make sure the system can't
>>>>>> be abused. Also, someone has to code it up, and I haven't really seen
>>>>>> much interest in the aur website at all. Its just what I think atm.
>>>>> Also, this seems like more work then just asking for a tu to check out
>>>>> a package and delete it.
>>>> I could take over this task. Somehow (if there's PHP and SQL). I am
>>>> merely asking if it would be accepted by the Archers
>>> I think it would be better to just have a "delete request" button which
>>> would require a note why the package needs deleted so that the TUs could
>>> have a list they can easily access and work through.
>>>
>>> Allan
>> +1 for this idea
> I like this idea, too.
Maybe, orphan request as a button too?
 

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