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On 11/10/2013 06:48 PM, Ben Nemec wrote:
> I'm looking to become a co-maintainer on at least one package (and
> likely more in the near future), and I see one of the steps is an
> introduction to the list, so here goes:
> I was recently hired by Red Hat to work on the OpenStack project, and
> I've been involved to one extent or another with Linux and open
> source for about ten years now. I haven't done a ton of packaging
> work, but I did release rpms for one of my projects so I have some
> experience with it.
> My first package is up for review here:
and it's looking
> like I will be getting more involved in the packaging of
> OpenStack-related components soon, so I look forward to working with
> the Fedora community on that as well. And of course I will continue
> to scratch any itches that come up now that I'm using Fedora as my
> primary OS for work. :-)
Welcome to the team!
Please note, you don't need to submit a package for review, if you'd
like to become a co-maintainer and the current maintainer will mentor you.
As I understand it, the original maintainer of the package isn't very active anymore
(if at all), so I'm not sure that's going to be an option. The bug I opened for
the new version has been sitting for over a month assigned to the current maintainer and
there's been no response. Is there a policy on transferring ownership of an abandoned