pczanik at fang.fa.gau.hu
Thu Jun 10 11:15:17 UTC 2010
2010-06-02 14:02 keltezéssel, Petr Lautrbach írta:
> On 06/02/2010 12:56 PM, Peter Czanik wrote:
>> 2010-05-12 17:07 keltezéssel, Daniel J Walsh írta:
>>>> I'm looking for information, how to get a package (in my case:
>>>> syslog-ng) updated to the latest available version. First I tried to
>>>> contact the original syslog-ng packagers directly, but I got no response
>>>> at all. Here on the list I got some questions about the new syslog-ng
>>>> version, but while I update my rawhide installation quite often, I still
>>>> did not see an update for syslog-ng.
>>>> Now I looked around on the Fedora wiki, how I could to the packaging
>>>> work myself. I found a page with many interesting details:
>>>> http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/PackageMaintainers/Join , but this seems
>>>> to be for packagers joining to add a new package. How could I get an
>>>> existing package upgraded?
>>> Have you opened a bugzilla requesting the update?
>>> I think you need to sign up and work to become a provenpackager.
>> I did not open a bugzilla request yet, but it does not seem to be
>> appropriate any more, as syslog-ng and related libraries seem to be
>> dropped from Fedora (it is the same on FC13 and rawhide):
> You really should open bugzilla request.
What is the procedure, if there is no response to such a bugzilla request? Is there maintainer a timeout, like with FreeBSD? Or I have to wait patiently until something happens? I was suggested, that as "provenpackager" I could do this, but as I don't have any Fedora packages, it is a no-go. Or could an other "provenpackager" do it for me? Updated sources, prepared by me, are also in bugzilla...
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