Packages that will be orphaned
pbrobinson at gmail.com
Fri Jun 24 08:50:01 UTC 2011
On Wed, Jun 22, 2011 at 1:12 AM, Toshio Kuratomi <a.badger at gmail.com> wrote:
> rstrode took over gdm and gnome-screensaver this morning.
> On Tue, Jun 21, 2011 at 03:39:28PM -0600, Andrew McNabb wrote:
> > On Tue, Jun 21, 2011 at 10:24:08AM -0700, Toshio Kuratomi wrote:
> > > Excellent. Let me know. We're planning to orphan packages on Thursday
> > > after the infra meeting. Of course, people can take the packages after
> > > they're orphaned but the sooner the better so that we don't get to the
> > > in the release cycle where we need to remove orphaned packages (and
> > > dependents) from the repositories
> > There have been a lot of changes--would you consider posting a new list
> > of the packages that are still slated to be orphaned? Thanks!
> Yep. The lists here have been updated:
> In the deps list I note the following packages:
> * flite => speech-dispatcher -> kdeaccessibility
> * *fonts* incl (fontpackages) => if nim doesn't sign, someone has stepped
> to take over
> * kgtk
> * libcgroup => policycoreutils
> * libibverbs => corosynclib, glusterfs-common, openmpi,
> * libmlx4 => libibverb
> * libmthca => libibverb
> * mx => smolt, python-logilab-common => pylint, gwibber
> * python-pip => I have someone who's expressed interest in this but they
> a packaging mentor (I'm willing to sponsor if someone else is willing to
> primary mentor). He's Tim Flink and has completed part of a review but
> that's it so he does need mentoring:
> * python-polib => transifex
> * There's some python zope modules if the people packaging up those zope
> modules want to take those on.
> * pywebkitgtk => gwibber, rhythmbox
> * SOAPpy => python-twisted-web
> * sound-theme-freedesktop => libcanberra
> * xerces-c => qpid, xqilla, xalan-c
> * xqilla -> qpid-cpp-server-xml
> The list of to be orphaned packages (first level deps are attached):
I'll take the three above packages.
This package has long been dead and I thought it had been killed. It looks
like it only lives on in the ancient and long dead OLPC-X branches.
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