Right, it's nice that my changes would be pushed, but I'm hoping to take
the reigns and keep the Nethack package moving forward, and thought
pushing the changes were just that, and nothing more.
I did request access but the page gave me a catch-22 of needing to be in
a particular group to continue; it was awhile ago at the end of last
year and I kind of dropped it, but since I've been playing more Nethack
on my Fedora 25 laptop, it rekindled my interest in being the
Sorry if I'm doing this wrong; the maintainer packages are pretty
involved and I'm trying to navigate through this; there's no 'dnf -y
install maintainer' as far as I can tell. :)
On 9 May 2017, at 14:12, Jason L Tibbitts III wrote:
>>>>>> "RO" == Ron Olson <tachoknight(a)gmail.com>
> RO> Hi all- I've been trying to follow the guidelines for assuming
> RO> responsibility for a package per
> RO> and am on step 4, asking if anyone knows how to contact the
> RO> maintainer for Nethack 3.6.
> Well, I've seen fale around IRC as reently as a month ago, but not
> recently. Maybe he's on vacation.
> I haven't seen lmacken on IRC in a while.
> RO> As I stated in the bug report, I'd be happy to take over
> RO> responsibility for this package and keep it going forward.
> I don't see that you have requested access to the package in the
> database. So even if one of the existing, almost certainly super busy
> maintainers had a couple of minutes to approve your access, they
> couldn't. And one of the maintainers even offered to approve your
> access if you would only request it (back in November). Heck, we even
> had someone willing to push your changes for you.
> - J<