El dom, 07-10-2012 a las 08:55 +0200, Pacho Ramos escribiÃ³:
> El dom, 07-10-2012 a las 12:08 +0800, Ben de Groot escribiÃ³:
> > On 7 October 2012 04:37, ChÃ*-Thanh Christopher Nguyá»…n
> > <email@example.com> wrote:
> > > Pacho Ramos schrieb:
> > >> Hello
> > >>
> > >> I am noticing for a long time that bugs related with ekiga, opal,
> > >> yate... are completely unattended by voip team for years. If nobody
> > >> from that team is willing to maintain them, please move them to
> > >> maintainer-needed to, at least, reflect reality.
> > >
> > > The members of the voip team are usually interested in a few specific
> > > packages only.
> > >
> > > Many of the packages which have become unmaintained had a maintainer
> > > once, but these were retired from Gentoo at some point. The package
> > > was then left with the herd. Nobody in the herd was interested to
> > > maintain them but nobody was sufficiently motivated to speak out
> > > against this either.
> > Does voip herd belong to any project, is there a leader? Can you guys
> > get together and decide who is doing what? And then remove inactive
> > devs from the herd, and put unmaintained packages up for grabs /
> > assign to maintainer-needed?
> > That would make things more transparent and maybe get some movement in
> > open bugs.
> Yes, that would be the right thing to do as now there are a lot of
> packages that are like in a "limbo"
Any news here? I can move that packages to maintainer-needed if you send
me the list of packages you don't want to maintain. Also, maybe
telepathy stuff could be moved to its own herd (that is basically gnome
team + tester... or maybe tester could join gnome team