Takeover / Comaintainership of Selda

Julian Ospald hasufell at posteo.de
Wed Feb 17 20:30:08 UTC 2021

For such cases there's the NMU I believe: https://github.com/haskell-infra/hackage-trustees/blob/master/policy.md#3-source-changes-simple-patches

On February 17, 2021 8:15:17 PM UTC, Thomas DuBuisson <thomas.dubuisson at gmail.com> wrote:
>I know, right?  I thought I addressed that - happy to wait a few weeks
>see if the maintainer comes back on line (that makes it well over a
>and I'm really not looking to be "the" maintainer.  For any package
>aspires to be used in production it shouldn't be hard to get fixes to
>critical bugs upstream in weeks and people do deserve vacations so
>why I volunteered to co-maintain.  Also, following Oleg's lead, the
>intended actions are included in the request so everyone's clear even
>the changes are low volume.
>On Wed, Feb 17, 2021 at 10:05 AM Emily Pillmore <emilypi at cohomolo.gy>
>> I should hope that if i go on vacation, my packages are not in
>> That seems like a ridiculously short time to wait before trying a
>> On Wed, Feb 17, 2021 at 11:54 AM, Thomas DuBuisson <
>> thomas.dubuisson at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I ask to take comaintainership of the four selda-* packages on
>>> While Anton was active months ago there are fixes that have
>>> for three weeks.  I haven't heard from Anton in over a month,
>including on
>>> my offer to co-maintain a couple weeks back.  It isn't my intent to
>>> take over, just help maintain.
>>> My first points of action would be:
>>> - Merge the three most recent PRs of two critical bug fixes and a
>>> up.  These would have to go on my own fork for the time being.
>>> - Release
>>> I know 3 weeks is short in the Haskell world for a package takeover.
>>> only want to co-maintain and am ready to wait a while after sending
>>> message in to see if Anton (CCed) awakens.
>>> -Tom
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