[arch-haskell] Re: arch-haskell @ aur.archlinux.org (was: Handover)

Don Stewart dons at galois.com
Sat Oct 12 07:36:53 UTC 2013

> On Tue, Oct 12, 2010 at 11:21, Peter Simons <simons at cryp.to> wrote:
> > Hi Magnus,
> >
> > according to Don you have received the password for the arch-haskell
> > account on AUR. I was wondering how you plan to use that account? Are
> > you going to share the password with others?
> Yes, I have received the passwords, and yes I intend to share them with others.
> I'm still not sure exactly *how* to do this though.  So far my
> concentration has been on getting some infrastructure in place:
> • archhaskell as organisation on github
> • getting all the source packages into a git repo in some sane layout
> (see my email from earlier today)
> • putting up the source for archlinus and cabal2arch on github
> Currently my thinking is that I'll share passwords with people who get
> added to the github organisation... but that just shifts the problem
> one step, as I still haven't decided what criteria to use for adding
> people there. :-)  All suggestions are welcome!
> > In any case, I notice that the e-mail address for the user points to
> > this list now, which is a good idea, IMHO. Are we sure that e-mails
> > directed to that list are actually being posted here? In the past, it
> > seemed that this list is closed, i.e. only subscribers can post. How
> > does that work when AUR is trying to send us e-mail, such as when a
> > package has been flagged out of date?
> Hmm, good questions indeed.  Please go ahead and add a comment to some
> AUR package, then we ought to see if emails arrive as they should.
> Otherwise I guess we'll have to work out how to relax the rules on the
> list server.
> /M

Emails from AUR have always gone to arch-haskell@, however, the AUR
daemon isn't subscribed to the list, so they go into the admin queue.

Looking into this ...

-- Don

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