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Re: why is an old PSPP version present in ubuntu repository?

From: John Darrington
Subject: Re: why is an old PSPP version present in ubuntu repository?
Date: Tue, 13 May 2014 10:24:56 +0200
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On Mon, May 12, 2014 at 10:50:59AM +0800, dr soumalya ray wrote:
     i was talking about this in the #debian irc channel. apparently, it is 
scheduled to be dropped from the next release, jessie. so, after that even the 
old version (0.7.9) will not be available in the repository. 
     > I 
think is 
     > the page 
     > which describes the process for becoming a Debian maintainer.
     i have that question too. i went through the debian maintainer link (posted
 above by john). it is very difficult to find debian sponsor/mentor, 
 particularly, when i am not using debian myself. 

Ben Pfaff is a debian developer and would probably be very happy to sponsor
someone who was seriously interested in taking over maintainership of PSPP in 
Debian.  Ben - would you?

However you are probably right that it will be hard to convince a anybody that 
has a serious interest in Debian maintainership yet does not use Debian.


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