Hi Hugo, "funding needed" is OK to me, too.
But to me, the packages that we're talking about are "orphaned in LTS". To change that, we need a Debian Maintainer to pick that package, fix it and upload it. Maybe that Debian Maintainer needs funding, maybe not. But still "funding needed" would be ok to me. Ingo Am 09.04.19 um 10:29 schrieb Hugo Lefeuvre: >> labeling it "minor issues" when the real reason is "sponsors needed" >> sounds wrong to me. >> >> I'd say "minor issues" is right for minor issues. And "sponsors needed" >> is a legitimate, helpful additional information. >> >> It seems to me, that it's not uncommon to Debian to search for a sponsor >> of a package: >> https://mentors.debian.net/sponsors > When we speak about sponsors in this context, we mean the "contributing > companies and organizations", the entities funding the Debian LTS > project, not mentors from the package sponsoring process. > > Yet another reason to not use "sponsoring" related arguments in the > tracker? > >  https://wiki.debian.org/LTS/Funding -- Linuxhotel GmbH, Geschäftsführer Dipl.-Ing. Ingo Wichmann HRB 20463 Amtsgericht Essen, UStID DE 814 943 641 Antonienallee 1, 45279 Essen, Tel.: 0201 8536-600, http://www.linuxhotel.de
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