offering take-over MAINTAINER of some ports

Adam Weinberger adamw at
Fri Jun 9 18:17:14 UTC 2017

> On 9 Jun, 2017, at 12:01, Matthias Apitz <guru at> wrote:
> Hello,
> I'm a long time FreeBSD user, since 2.2.5 in the 1990, and nowadays run
> my own poudriere oven to compile from head for amd64 the ports I do need on
> my own laptops and netbooks, and of some colleague for which I do binary
> support of system and ports.
> I'm already maintaining print/muttprint since some time.
> I checked the list of my poudriere oven and some of them (only counting
> the list I do present to poudriere as input and not its dependencies)
> have as MAINTAINER set ports@ which means that they are perhaps unmaintained. 
> In short, I could take over some of them from this short list:
> */usr/ports/net/gnetcat/Makefile:MAINTAINER=	ports at
> */usr/ports/net/netcat/Makefile:MAINTAINER=	ports at
> */usr/ports/net/rdesktop/Makefile:MAINTAINER=	ports at
> */usr/ports/net/smbldap-tools/Makefile:MAINTAINER=	ports at
> */usr/ports/net/yaz/Makefile:MAINTAINER=	ports at
> */usr/ports/print/cups-pdf/Makefile:MAINTAINER=	ports at
> because I do depend on them on my workstation in business. Maybe not all
> of them at once, but step by step.
> Any comments or someone who is maintaining the above ports without being
> visible as MAINTAINER?
> 	matthias

Anything owned by ports@ is up for grabs. You're welcome to any or all of them. Which one(s) would you like now, or would you like to take on all of them?

# Adam

Adam Weinberger
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