I'm not sure what is the proper way for this kind of situations.
After I've requested admin access to xml-security-c ans send some email to
admin of this package I have no reply.
Just humble question: what should be done in such situations and/or what
can/should I do?
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On 24 February 2017 at 14:53, Tomasz Kłoczko <kloczko.tomasz(a)gmail.com>
Just requested admin access to this package.
PS. Thanks for help guys from #fedora-admin sponsoring my packager privs :)
Tomasz Kłoczko | LinkedIn: *http://lnkd.in/FXPWxH <http://lnkd.in/FXPWxH>*
On 22 February 2017 at 19:51, <mihkel(a)fedoraproject.org> wrote:
> There is even some opensslv1.1 patch.
> Still hoping that someone will take over :)
> On E, veebr 20, 2017 at 8:58 , mihkel(a)fedoraproject.org wrote:
> I'm looking volunteers for maintaining xml-security-c package in Fedora.
> Current version is old in our repos and for example esteid (Estonian ID
> card) packages depend on newer xml-security-c (with openssl 1.1 support).
> I've already contacted anttix who is current package administrator to give
> committer rights to bruno and also contacted bruno to find out if he is
> still interested in maintaining it. Negative. And I'm also not too
> confident of maintaining it because of lack of in depth knowledge what I
> might end up with.
> So I'm seeking towards devel list to find out, are there any volunteers
> with enough courage to update and maintain it.
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