Call for potential ports maintainers
skreuzer at exit2shell.com
Fri Feb 27 07:20:24 PST 2009
On Feb 27, 2009, at 10:17 AM, Steven Kreuzer wrote:
> On Feb 27, 2009, at 6:03 AM, Lars Engels wrote:
>> Quoting Lars Engels <lme at FreeBSD.org>:
>>> Quoting Thomas Abthorpe <tabthorpe at freebsd.org>:
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>>>> This topic came up in IRC, and I was encouraged to go out, and
>>>> find some new
>>>> At any given time, approximately 20 - 25% of all ports are
>>>> unmaintained. Not
>>>> all unmaintained ports need updating, but some do. That is where
>>>> you folks
>>>> come in.
>>> To find out which of your installed ports are unmaintained, I hacked
>>> together a little script. Just run it and it will show all currently
>>> unmaintained ports that you have installed.
>> The list ate the attachment, so here it is:
>> Lars Engels
>> E-Mail: lars.engels at 0x20.net
> You can also pull that list up by searching on freshports.org for
> ports with the maintainer set to ports at freebsd.org
> That search currently returns 4633 ports all waiting for someone to
> adopt them
Never mind. I read your script to fast. That returns every port that
is currently unmaintained. Yours just returns the unmaintained ports
you have installed.
Sorry about that.
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