[arch-haskell] Dropping (most of) AUR?

Magnus Therning magnus at therning.org
Sat Oct 12 07:39:37 UTC 2013

A great many Haskell packages on AUR are out of date, whether marked
as such or not.  Only the 300 or so packages in [haskell] receives any
sort of love, but even that is very spotty.  Based on this I think
it's most honest to disown the vast majority of packages on AUR owned
by arch-haskell.

Any thoughts or comments on this?


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