Processing your MOTU application via email
sylvestre at debian.org
Sun May 8 06:48:45 UTC 2011
Sorry for the delay, I was off.
Le mardi 19 avril 2011 à 18:26 -0400, Mackenzie Morgan a écrit :
> On Thu, Apr 14, 2011 at 9:29 AM, Sylvestre Ledru <sylvestre at debian.org> wrote:
> > Le jeudi 14 avril 2011 à 14:07 +0100, Iain Lane a écrit :
> >> Hi,
> >> The DMB has had problems achieving quorum in the past few weeks. This
> >> has resulted in a backlog of applications to be heard.
> >> Given that, we'd like to invite you to have your application processed
> >> by email. We'll have a 'questioning' period for at most 1 week, and
> >> then voting for 2-3 days thereafter.
> >> If you'd rather be processed on IRC, let us know.
> > Thanks!
> > I don't mind doing it by emails.
> I might be handling Launchpad wrong because it's really inconvenient
> for finding lists of uploads-sponsored-for-people and
> uploads-sponsored-by-people, but all the uploads I see here:
> Appear to be uploads directly by you, not sponsored ones. Of course,
> it'd only show ones where you were on the debian/changelog's
> timestamped line, not ones where your patch and a few others were all
> merged together for one upload, so there's that. Anyway, since
> Launchpad is being unhelpful and you don't have many testimonials on
> your wiki page, could you point to any other uploads or a sponsor or
I think launchpad is right. I was uploading the packages I am in charge
in Debian in the Debian archive first and then into Ubuntu (merging
Ubuntu specific changes if needed).
I stopped doing that after a few rejects on packages uploads (per
package upload right were not up to date).
I was doing that to make sure the right version of packages were
available in Ubuntu.
If you are looking for evaluating my involvement in Ubuntu, if launchpad
allows that, you could have a look on my involvement in bug triage in
the package I maintain.
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