2nd deprecation campaign

Baptiste Daroussin bapt at freebsd.org
Fri Jun 17 06:15:05 UTC 2011

2011/6/17 Lang Hai <freealson at gmail.com>:
> On Jun 17, 2011, at 2:05 PM, Baptiste Daroussin wrote:
>>> The depreciation is only for those ports that don't have public available distfiles right? So that I agree that broken ports should be excluded from this depreciation.
>> That is the way it is done, anyway there still could be some false
>> positive having people to doulble check is always good :)
> Agreed, but I just feel like these ports should not be in the depreciation list at the first place. That's my point my I could be wrong.
>>> So yes, always give people chance to fix ports, not remove them from the tree.
>>> And, do we have a list of all maintainer-wanted ports, because that would be great if we have.
>> Here you are :)
>> http://www.freshports.org/search.php?stype=maintainer&method=exact&query=ports@FreeBSD.org
> What if we just put all un-maintained ports in this list instead of in the depreciation list?

They already are in this list :) That is this list I'm trying to cleanup

>>> Regards,
>>> Hai Lang
>> regards,
>> Bapt
> Regards,
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