[pkg-go] Fwd: Updating the pkg-go Team Maintenance policy

Dmitry Smirnov onlyjob at debian.org
Tue Jan 19 22:57:02 UTC 2016

On Tue, 19 Jan 2016 10:06:47 AM Alexandre Viau wrote:
> Would you like to amend my proposal? You may suggest something else.

I don't like proposal as posted but I can't focus on amendments now...

> The Debian Python Modules Team uses this policy and currently
> successfully maintains 800 packages.

I'm not a member of Python team and I'm not impressed by how they operate.
Perl team seems to be the most efficient so we can try to model after them.

> You may not agree with allowing new uploads without communication, but
> are you also against me allowing it for my own packages?

Your own packages are your own... It is nice to let you co-maintainers know 
what you are doing but it is not mandatory.

> You may consider some of your packages to be more sensitive, so you may
> decide to have a different preference on a per-package basis.

Perhaps I've missed something... How do you suggest to indicate that?

 Dmitry Smirnov.


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or golf.
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