cvs commit: ports/www/eyeos Makefile distinfo pkg-plist

Andrew Pantyukhin sat at
Tue Dec 19 16:24:18 PST 2006

On 12/20/06, Alexander Botero-Lowry <alexbl at> wrote:
> > sat         2006-12-19 21:19:05 UTC
> >
> >   FreeBSD ports repository
> >
> >   Modified files:
> >     www/eyeos            Makefile distinfo pkg-plist
> >   Log:
> >   - Update to;)
> Approved by: nivit ?
> When committing to another person's port that you're not the maintainer
> of, you need to put approved by, even if the approval is implicit. That's
> what (implicit) is for.

This makes no sense at all. My mission is to confuse
people, not enlighten them. Hmm, maybe it's time to
devise something more elaborate, like

Re-approved by: ports@ (ex-maintainer, placeholder; timeout - SNR too low)

Of course it would draw more attention, but at least
suggestions will be more complex.

Or maybe I should try to apply the theory behind one
of the latest eurobsdcon talks [1] to ports.

Or should I just stop reading all the feedback to my
ever so rare commits and rather expect something in
the spirit of "he had it coming" when I annoy people
enough for them to give me some metal.

Anyways, to me sleep is of top priority right now,
so good night, I wish you all to learn to stop
worrying and love... something...


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