cvs commit: ports/chinese/BBMan Makefile ports/chinese/CJK
Makefile ports/chinese/arnettf Makefile ports/chinese/arphicttf
Makefile ports/chinese/auto-tw-l10n Makefile ports/chinese/bg5pdf
Makefile ports/chinese/big5fs Makefile ports/chinese/chinput3 ...
kris at obsecurity.org
Sat Jan 8 11:25:43 PST 2005
On Sat, Jan 08, 2005 at 04:58:33PM +0100, Mathieu Arnold wrote:
> +-le 08/01/2005 15:50 +0000, Sergey Matveychuk ?crivait :
> | Log:
> | - Pass maintainership to submitter
> I fail to see the point of such a commit, I mean, without any update to the
> ports. Giving a port to someone making an update is good, but giving a whole
> bunch of ports just for giving them is doing no good I think.
It gives me someone I can send my pointyhat logs to, so the ports
don't just sit around all broken and sad.
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