On Fri, Feb 09, 2018 at 01:25:05AM -0500, Eli Schwartz via aur-general wrote: > On 02/09/2018 01:00 AM, Brad Fanella via aur-general wrote: > > Hi all, > > > > Perhaps this is a bit unorthodox, but in 2011 I resigned from my post > > as a TU for personal and time-related reasons . Coming up on almost > > 7 years later, I'm still an avid Arch user, and have struck a balance > > in my life where I'm much more capable of contributing to open-source > > projects than I was back then. > > > > The warm regards and well-wishes from my fellow TUs at the time  > > have left an extremely positive impression on me, and I find myself > > once again wanting to pick up some orphaned packages in [community] > > (surprisingly, the MATE desktop is homeless). Therefore, I'm writing > > this message to see if there's any interest in getting another helping > > hand around here. > > I never had a chance to know you when you were active before, but I'm > sure any TU Fellow would have little/no problems being re-elected, > certainly under the circumstances you've presented! :) > > As for the MATE desktop, it has languished ever since Martin retired. I > used it myself for a little while after gnome2, before switching to > cinnamon... I've considered getting back in touch with the MATE side of > things and picking up the package set, but I'm still not sure I want to, > so if you would give it some much-needed love, that would be awesome! > It seems we have no clause in the TU Bylaws  on what to do if a Fellow wants to resume his position as TU. That said, I doubt any of us would object when we consider your email as the "application" and simply start the vote after the usual discussion period (1 week) has ended.
Best, Alad  https://aur.archlinux.org/trusted-user/TUbylaws.html
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