Hi Antoine It is my fault that python developers were not contacted. I added the package to dla-needed.txt yesterday (or possibly the day before) and planned to contact the maintainers. But before I had the chance to do so the package was already fixed and then it did not feel appropriate to contact the maintainer. I should have sent the email the same day and not wait until another day.
On the other hand, we have mixed feedback from maintainers. Some wants to be contacted. Some other do not want to be contacted. Some other want to be contacted, but just the people in "Maintainers:" field and not the "Uploaders:". (This turned out to be a rather tricky thing) Tricky this. I think I agree with you that we should change the process, but we should discuss it first as you say. Best regards // Ola On Thu, 7 Feb 2019 at 18:35, Antoine Beaupré <anar...@orangeseeds.org> wrote: > On 2019-02-07 18:32:39, Markus Koschany wrote: > > Please do not CC me. I am subscribed. > > > > Am 07.02.19 um 18:23 schrieb Antoine Beaupré: > > [...] > >> Well, I don't think we should make such calls without announcing it and > >> documenting the new workflow clearly, first off. > >> > >> Second, I think I mostly agree with you, but we need to be certain we > >> won't upset other people's workflow, and this should be discussed. > > > > How does my decision to not contact a maintainer interrupt your > > workflow? You can still contact the maintainer before you start to work > > on a package. > > I meant the debian package maintainers, not mine. > > A. > > -- > In a world where Henry Kissinger wins the Nobel Peace Prize, > there is no need for satire. > - Tom Lehrer > > -- --- Inguza Technology AB --- MSc in Information Technology ---- / o...@inguza.com Folkebogatan 26 \ | o...@debian.org 654 68 KARLSTAD | | http://inguza.com/ Mobile: +46 (0)70-332 1551 | \ gpg/f.p.: 7090 A92B 18FE 7994 0C36 4FE4 18A1 B1CF 0FE5 3DD9 / ---------------------------------------------------------------