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Old 01-17-2010, 09:12 PM
Thilo Bangert
 
Default how to indicate "co-maintainers welcome"?

Sebastian Pipping [snip] said:
[snip]
> i chose maintainer-wanted to indicate that co-maintainers and
> non-maintainer-bumps are welcome. what valid means can i use to send
> such a message, instead?

i dont know of any. i generally assume all packages are looking for more
maintainers, but that assumption may be as invalid as yours (having
maintainer-wanted@gentoo.org as <maintainer> in metadata.xml to indicate
the above).

kind regards
Thilo
 
Old 01-17-2010, 09:31 PM
Mike Frysinger
 
Default how to indicate "co-maintainers welcome"?

On Sunday 17 January 2010 17:12:27 Thilo Bangert wrote:
> Sebastian Pipping [snip] said:
> [snip]
>
> > i chose maintainer-wanted to indicate that co-maintainers and
> > non-maintainer-bumps are welcome. what valid means can i use to send
> > such a message, instead?
>
> i dont know of any. i generally assume all packages are looking for more
> maintainers, but that assumption may be as invalid as yours (having
> maintainer-wanted@gentoo.org as <maintainer> in metadata.xml to indicate
> the above).

ive seen people use a <description> tag in their maintainer tag with basically
"feel free to make changes to this"
-mike
 

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