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From: David Nielsen <Lovechild@...>
Subject: Re: Re: Ebuild Janitor Project -- Any formalities to joining it?
Date: 11 May 2003 21:08:33 +0200
Frankly people like you kill every possible joy I might get out of this
- all you do is complain, not one word about the relative niceness of
this project and what it could do for the state of the ebuilds.

That being said - No, I didn't talk to anyone about it before going
ahead, portage is gpl'ed, I can do what ever I want to it, and I intend
to. I didn't want to announce anything untill it was off the ground
because I think people spend FAR to much time talking and FAR to little
time actually doing something. 
I didn't expect it to take off this fast, we have been going for a few
days, and there are now several ebuilds waiting in queue to be comfirmed
working once that has happened they will be forwarded to bugzilla. (This
all written in the guidelines on the forum, but I'm guessing you didn't
even take your time to read that).

Now suggest you do some research before giving nice people like my
teammates and myself a hard time.

- David

Please note that one of the most common words used on the forum is
developers - as in let's ask the developers if this is the correct way
to do this.


On Sun, 2003-05-11 at 20:14, Joshua Brindle wrote:
> >Formalities... well, as soon as you have submitted an ebuild to the
> >forum for review you are basically a member, although worshipping of and
> >giving of young blondes to the grand leader (me) is the norm... okay,
> >I'm pushing it.. I know.
> 
> eh?
> 
> 
> >But seriously all that's required to join is signing up for the forum
> >and submitting at least one ebuild.
> 
> submitting an ebuild to what? whats going one? i don't think any developer
> knows whats going on here, are you planning on fixing ebuilds and
> maintaining your own tree or submitting them via bugs or what?
> 
> >Of course I would recommend that you read the guidelines and the
> >introduction on the board, and check if the ebuild has been marked OK or
> >has already been processed.
> 
> have you talk to any developer about this? don't you think you should?
> I don't see what you are trying to accomplish (i know to clean up ebuilds)
> but i don't see how you are helping by maintaining some outside 
> 'fixed' ebuild repository.. I think you should contact a developer to talk 
> about what you are doing and how to handle this from a QA standpoint.
> 
> >- David
> >
> >On Sun, 2003-05-11 at 19:54, Erik Swanson wrote:
> >> Hello,
> >> 
> >> Are there any formalities to joining the Ebuild Janitor Project or
> >> should I just start going to work on ebuilds I have a personal beef with
> >> and posting the results on the forum?
> >
> 
> 
> 
> Joshua Brindle


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