Hi,

@Fons Adriaensen

Didn't think of that, here's the current list:

dcron
espeakup
gmerlin-avdecoder
i2c-tools
iksemel
isomaster
libmatio
libtlen
libtxc_dxtn
libxml-perl
lua-sql-mysql
lua-sql-postgres
lua-sql-sqlite
mget
multipath-tools
ndisc6
nvclock
pam-krb5
perl-text-wrapi18n
pidgin-musictracker
python2-gasp
python2-pypdf
ttf-envy-code-r
udunits
vim-nerdcommenter
vim-timestamp
winefish

I also checked that none of these packages are makedepends of any of
the [community] packages.


@Gaetan Bisson:

> Please send such messages to arch-dev-public in the future: adopting
> packages are dev's and TU's decision, and not all read arch-general.

I also think non-devs and non-TUs may have valuable insights for why
for instance a package should be considered to be too important to not
be moved to unsupported. The ibus and lxdm packages were considered to
be too important to move to unsupported during the last cleanup.
Perhaps someone (the upstream developers?) may have a reason or
opinion for why one of the listed packages should not be moved. The
decision would still be in the hands of devs and TUs, but there could
still be potentially useful information coming from "the outside".

> 45.8 degrees beg to differ.

Point taken, and suggestions for a better name are welcome. How about
"New Year Cleanup"?


-- 
Sincerely,
  Alexander Rødseth
  xyproto / TU

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