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Sun, 05 Jun 2022 12:30:52 +0200
I just want to commend whoever is packaging TexLive.
My last update covered March of this year - no mean feat given that it
is a 3.4GB package aggregate.
(sorry I cant do more direct contributions for Guix atm, looking forward
to such an honour eventually)
On 04-06-2022 14:07, Ricardo Wurmus wrote:
this is not a new idea: let’s add a page to the website that lists
and a mail alias for each of the teams.
For example, the “R team” consists of people familiar with how R
packaging works in Guix, e.g. Simon and myself. There would be an
“firstname.lastname@example.org”. People with questions about R in Guix could
write an email to that alias.
Mumi could also send email to email@example.com to remind them about
patches relating to R / Bioconductor / CRAN, etc.
Maintainers could write to these teams before releases to ask if there
are any obstacles to a release.
As a first step I’d suggest collecting teams, setting up the email
aliases, and updating the website to show the existing teams. Here’s
a draft of three teams:
* R team
* Java team
* Rust team
What do you think?
Re: Teams, Lars-Dominik Braun, 2022/06/05
Re: Teams, Andreas Enge, 2022/06/05
Re: Teams, zimoun, 2022/06/05
Re: Teams, Mathieu Othacehe, 2022/06/05
Re: Teams, Maxim Cournoyer, 2022/06/06
Re: Teams, Ryan Prior, 2022/06/06
Re: Teams, Vagrant Cascadian, 2022/06/07
Re: Teams, Arun Isaac, 2022/06/09