[debian-mysql] MariaDB packages sponsorship-request?
eagles051387 at gmail.com
Mon Sep 23 20:07:21 UTC 2013
I think saucy wont be accepting any new packages at this point as its way
too late in the release cycle i believe. i would contact the ubuntu-motu
list and discuss that there.
On Mon, Sep 23, 2013 at 5:26 PM, James Page <james.page at ubuntu.com> wrote:
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> Hi Otto
> On 21/09/13 11:43, Otto Kekäläinen wrote:
> > As it seems that you don't have time to review my pending MariaDB
> > upload, is it OK to you if I announce it open for anybody to
> > sponsor?
> > You and Nicholas have already taken some look at the packages
> > during this year, and I've done all the changes you both requested.
> > It can't hurt if a third DD, even if outside the MySQL team, would
> > take a look at the packages and perhaps sponsor them and upload
> > them?
> > As representatives of this team you and Nicholas have already - to
> > the degree you have time - looked at the packages and coordination
> > with MySQL-packaging is therefore fulfilled.
> > And if nobody steps up as a new sponsor, you Clint will remain as
> > the sponsor and finish reviewing the packages some day later when
> > you have time. If a new sponsor appears, and you Clint are eager to
> > review my packages again, I don't think another sponsor would do
> > any damage to the process, only increase quality and it should be
> > easy for you to take the sponsorship back at a later time if you
> > wish so. Does this sound like a good plan to go forward?
> I have an interest in this landing into Debian soon-ish (I'd really
> like to see this in Ubuntu Saucy as well) and I can find some time in
> the next 2 weeks to review and help land.
> I had a chat with Clint and he's bought me up to speed on where he
> thinks the packaging is; I'll review and ping you in IRC.
> - --
> James Page
> Ubuntu and Debian Developer
> james.page at ubuntu.com
> jamespage at debian.org
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