Getting rid of my ports

Philippe Audéoud jadawin at FreeBSD.org
Wed Nov 19 07:15:40 UTC 2014


On Tue, 18 Nov 2014, Paul Schmehl wrote:

> I am retiring at the end of January.  I will no longer be able to maintain 
> ports (nor will I have much interest in doing so), so I need volunteers to 
> take them over.  They should all be up to date (although I haven't checked 
> today.)
> 
> Here's the list:
> 
> # make search key="pauls at utdallas.edu" | grep Port
> Port:	byaccj-1.15
> Port:	liblognorm-1.0.0_1
> Port:	p5-Iodef-Pb-Simple-0.21
> Port:	p5-Net-DNS-Match-0.05
> Port:	p5-Parse-Range-0.96
> Port:	p5-IP-Anonymous-0.04
> Port:	p5-Net-Nessus-XMLRPC-0.30_1
> Port:	argus-sasl-3.0.8
> Port:	argus-clients-sasl-3.0.8
> Port:	p5-Net-Abuse-Utils-Spamhaus-0.04
> Port:	afterglow-1.6.2
> Port:	barnyard2-1.13
> Port:	barnyard2-sguil-1.13
> Port:	chaosreader-0.94_1
> Port:	p5-Snort-Rule-1.07
> Port:	sancp-1.6.1_5
> Port:	spybye-0.3_4
> Port:	p5-Linux-Cpuinfo-1.8
> Port:	p5-CIF-Client-0.21
> Port:	p5-REST-Client-249
> Port:	iwidgets-4.0.1_1
> Port:	p5-Gtk2-Ex-Dialogs-0.11_5
> Port:	p5-Gtk2-Ex-Utils-0.09_6
> Port:	p5-Gtk2-GladeXML-1.007_3
>

Hello,

If nobody for p5-*, you can set perl at FreeBSD.org as maintainer. We will
take care of them.

Regards,

-- 
Philippe Audéoud 


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