pczanik at fang.fa.gau.hu
Mon Jun 14 08:16:23 UTC 2010
2010-06-11 18:44 keltezéssel, Doug Warner írta:
> On 06/11/2010 05:32 AM, Peter Czanik wrote:
>> 2010-06-10 15:10 keltezéssel, Rahul Sundaram írta:
>>> On 06/10/2010 04:45 PM, Peter Czanik wrote:
>>>> Done: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=598961
>>>> 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...
>> OK, created a 'non-responsive maintainer' bug:
>>> Yes, a proven packager could also do it for you.
>> Could, but I start to have some doubts, as this thread is over a month
>> old, and contains URL to updated package, which was never downloaded...
>> So, the three weeks countdown just started, and I hope, that either the
>> maintainer will respond or I can take the package over. Well, actuall
>> I'd be more happy with the original maintainer or a proven packager, as
>> I have some packaging experience, but no Fedora infrastructure experience...
> I responded to the original bug and closed the non-responsive maintainer bug.
> The updated package was published as a tgz file which made it difficult to see
> what was being changed in the spec file; a link to the new spec file or patch
> would be much easier to see what's going on.
Sorry, I just wanted to help by providing it. I don't really now the
Fedora development process yet, so I looked at other bugzilla entries,
and found that people provide spec files or srpm-s for new or updated
> To be honest, maintaining syslog-ng (while I use it all the time) is a very
> tiring process; there isn't much "support" for multiple sysloggers in Fedora
> and it was a real pain to get everyone cooperating to make them not have to
> conflict with each other. I can see why the previous maintainers left the
> syslog-ng package go unmaintained now as well.
> I'll try to work on getting this package updated as I do still prefer
> syslog-ng's syntax over rsyslog even if it has other problems.
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