[Resolvconf-devel] Bug#847440: Bug#847440: pending

Thomas Hood jdthood at gmail.com
Fri Feb 22 07:41:24 GMT 2019

Hi there,

I am still the maintainer, at least on paper.

After my attempt to get through the new maintainer process failed (several
years ago now) I tried to find someone to take over as maintainer of
resolvconf but I was not successful. (Know anyone who might be interested?)
As I felt it was my duty I carried on as maintainer with a sponsor, but not
being a member of the project my interest in Debian gradually declined and
releases became less and less frequent. The importance of the package has
also declined, especially now that the package is no longer part of Ubuntu
base. I use Ubuntu, not Debian.

Doing a new release has been on my TODO list for many months but it didn't
have a high enough priority to get executed. Sometimes, the longer one
avoids a task, the more one avoids it.

I still want to do a new release in order to close the open bugs, none of
which is RC. Setting a deadline should help. I hereby set a deadline for
myself of the end of March 2019. I realize that is too late for Buster.

Thomas Hood

Op do 21 feb. 2019 13:09 schreef Michael Prokop <mika at debian.org>:

> * Bernhard Schmidt [Sun May 07, 2017 at 10:57:24PM +0200]:
> > On Thu, Dec 15, 2016 at 11:18:47AM +0000, Thomas Hood wrote:
> > > package resolvconf
> > > tags 847440 pending
> > > stop
> > You set this to Pending almost five months ago, do you still plan to
> > apply this for Stretch?
> I'm re-asking the same question for buster. :)
> We have resolvconf 1.79 in stable, testing and unstable,
> its upload dating back to 2016-05-30.
> Is someone still working on resolvconf?
> regards,
> -mika-
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