[php-maint] Procedure for collaborative maintenance of packages ?

Sean Finney seanius at debian.org
Wed Feb 16 22:25:03 UTC 2011

Hi Olivier,

On Wed, 2011-02-16 at 12:01 +0100, Olivier Berger wrote:
> What's the procedure to correctly declare that packages will be
> collectively maintained as part of the team in the control file ?

Just so it's clear, I don't comment a great deal on matters related to
the pear/pecl/lib packaging, so you won't get much help on my end in
terms of reviewing etc.  But I think listing pkg-php as maintainer and
putting yourself in uploaders isn't out of the question... anyone
disagree with that?

If it ends up causing too much noise on this list (hasn't yet, anyway)
we could also create a secondary mailing list just for these type of
packages/packagers, though i don't think it's been an issue.

> Do instructions in
> http://wiki.debian.org/GregoryColpart/PearPolicyDraft#debian.2BAC8-control apply ?

i took a quick look and i didn't see anything outrageously wrong,
anyway.  feel free to bring up any questions here though as there are
some other folks more active on the library/module packaging end who
might be able to chime in.

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