gwolf at gwolf
Apr 29, 2012, 8:25 PM
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Leonel Nunez dijo [Sun, Apr 29, 2012 at 08:22:33PM -0600]:
Re: Cherokee status ? Removal from Debian
> I can keep the debian version too.
> But the debian maintainer process is a little bit long and I haven't time
> to keep up with it.
> I see the removal from debian has been requested and I don't know if that
> can be reverted so I can fix the reported bugs on time and do the process
> to become a debian maintainer.
Becoming a Debian Maintainer is quite easy and straightforward, it
should not take you long at all. Becoming a Debian Developer takes a
bit more, but you don't really need that. I need you to work a bit on
the Debian policies, but yes, I'd be most willing to advocate you to
become a DM.
> As you can see :
> I've asked the procedure to adopt the debian package ..
Cherokee was removed from Testing back in November, and has been
removed from Unstable yesterday. But you can introduce it as a new
package without changing the packaging. If you become a DM, I can
sponsor you the first upload, and afterwards you can take care of it
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