Looking for co-maintainers

Mikolaj Izdebski mizdebsk at redhat.com
Fri Jun 27 10:52:37 UTC 2014

On 06/27/2014 09:45 AM, Simone Caronni wrote:
> Hello,
> I'm looking for co-maintainers for the Guacamole [1] stack packages. It is
> an HTML 5 plugin-less remote desktop for VNC, RDP, SSH, Telnet and Spice
> (WIP). Upstream is really responsive, software is updated frequently and
> it's really amazing.
> I've been able to throw a bunch of Citrix XenApp servers, Terminal servers
> and all the corollary tools away with it.
> The software is split in the native server (guacamole-server) with relevant
> plugins and a Java web application (guacamole-client) for the main
> interface.
> The software is fantastic, but the Java part gives me a lof of headaches
> everytime there is a Java packaging guidelines change or a Maven bug. If
> any Java guru would like to step in as co-maintainer of Guacamole it's
> really welcome.

I already have too many packages, so I can't take any more.  If you have
any problems with Maven or feel free to ask on mailing list on or IRC.

> Currently guacamole-client is in FTBFS in rawhide [2] and I couldn't find
> any help for fixing it due to a Maven bug [3], that requires a specific
> Fedora workaround that I frankly don't understand [4]. On RHEL 7, and
> Fedora 19/20 the same packages build fine.

I told you what to do on the mailing list. I've just tried the
workaround and it worked.

It's my mistake that I didn't reply to your second email, I probably
missed it or forgot.  In this case please just ping me, I'm always happy
to help!

The fix for the FTBFS was commited and it should be fixed soon.

Mikolaj Izdebski
Software Engineer, Red Hat
IRC: mizdebsk

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