who is the portsmgr? Re Linux hier
chuckr at chuckr.org
Tue Dec 25 11:58:49 PST 2007
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Mark Linimon wrote:
> On Thu, Dec 20, 2007 at 08:36:32PM -0500, Chuck Robey wrote:
>> Back last time I was last active,Satoshi Asami was the "Portsmeister". I
>> dunno if that term is used anymore, but I need to find out if one person is in
>> charge of ports, or if it's a group of folks, and whichever it is, what their
>> name(s) are?
> Most of your questions are probably answered on http://www.freebsd.org/portmgr/.
> With the addition of another 10,000 or so ports, things have gotten more
> formalized over time :-)
You're maybe just a touch late answering this, but it seems obvious to me
that if you knew the url of this, then you already knew the name. I don't
know if I'm the only one that finds the setup the web pages have moved to,
these last few years, to be far more difficult to traverse than the older
one, which I felt right at home with. The current one leave me pretty
cold, which is part of the reason, I guess, that I never found this link.
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