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From: Rainer Groesslinger <rainer.groesslinger@...>
Subject: Re: Is there a process for marking ebuilds stable?
Date: Mon, 14 Apr 2003 01:07:03 +0200
> The only real maintainer is carpaski for portage, most other packages are
> worked on by more or less "Freelancers"...
> Sure, many people are related to something, but you can't see who is the
> maintainer of a certain package.
> Just imagine...there are some packages where version 0.1 was submitted by
> dev A, 0.2 by dev B and 0.2.1 by dev C and 0.3 again by dev B etc.
>
> Not, that this is bad at all, but it would be much better to have "real"
> maintainers like almost every other distribution has, too.

A little addition about my use of "Freelancers" - I don't know how it's going 
on in the developer team, I just stated what it looks like from a user 
perspective ! Please devs, don't blame me for stating this, if that's not the 
case please correct me.

Rainer Groesslinger



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