Dne 24. 02. 21 v 13:06 Otto Urpelainen napsal(a):
Since I wrote a message to the Ruby SIG list, I suppose it is the time
for self introduction. You can refer to my introduction on the devel
list  for the basics. Regarding Ruby, I do not have any specific
relationship with the language. I just happen to be a Jekyll user and
ended up adopting the rubygem-jekyll package  together with related
plugins and some dependencies. Since Jekyll is written in Ruby, I
thought I should subscribe to this list, in order to track discussion
possibly relevant for those packages.
Hello and welcome.
Regarding maintaining Ruby packages, I notice that some of the
packages I maintain have the group @ruby-packagers-sig as
co-maintainers, but not all. What is the set of packages this group
wants to have access to? I could all them to all my packages, if the
answer is "all Ruby packages".
I don't think there are any strict rules about the @ruby-packagers-sig,
but the main idea of the group is to share the packaging maintenance
workload between Ruby experienced packagers who will do the right thing
when necessary. The focus of the group are mainly Ruby on Rails related
packages, because asking permissions to each related packages does not
scale. The permissions of other ruby packages are provided based on
maintainer discretion. In Jekyll case, some of the current members
probably asked for the permissions. However, I don't like to see
@rubygem-packagers-sig to become dumping ground for packages nobody
longer cares about.