So I've followed the process at
As per http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Policy_for_nonresponsive_package_maintainers
With zero response from anyone so far (nothing from the maintainer,
nothing from anyone who might know how to contact the
So how do I go about this part of the process then:
* If at least one FESco member approves the takeover, and no one
objects within 3 days, you may take over the package.
On Fri, Jan 14, 2011 at 7:01 PM, Kurt Seifried <kurt(a)seifried.org> wrote:
I am emailing the list. It has now been almost 6 weeks since I filed
the bugs (with solutions) and added comments asking for a response.
Both of these packages as shipped are broken out of the box, and the
php-pear-Auth-OpenID-2.1.1 is incompatible with the shipped version of
PHP to add insult to injury.
Does anyone know how to contact the maintainers of the packages:
The bugs are:
php-pear-Auth-OpenID-2.1.1 is incompatible with PHP 5.3
Multiple wrong filenames in require_once directives for php-pear-Auth-OpenID-2
Multiple wrong filenames in require_once directives for mediawiki-openid
Documentation error in README.1st
I would like to take ownership of these packages and update/correct
them so that they actually work and are maintained.