>>>> Hans de Graaff <graaff(a)gentoo.org> writes:
Obviously a new volunteer can always come by and pick them up in the
mean time, like I did 5 years ago. Perhaps even one of you reading
Thanks for the support. I think you volunteered at a time when I was
considering doing the same. Maybe I even did some testing of initial
ebuilds and provided some support for the sumo-build. Memory seems to
come back here...
Luckily you beat me to it. I dont know if I ever would have managed to
qualify. If I remember correctly it was then a rather ambitious
program you had to go through to qualify as a maintainer. I guess it
is still that way!?
So although tempted again to step up I guess that my limited time will
do more good within the XEmacs project than to spend time with
maintaining XEmacs for Gentoo. How much work would you say a minimal
maintainance effort would take? How much time does it take to qualify
as a Gentoo maintainance?
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