On Tue, 29 Sep 2015 at 15:48 Barry Warsaw <ba...@debian.org> wrote:

> The wiki says that the general rule of thumb is to set the team as
> Maintainer,
> to which I agree.  I may not have been as deliberate about my own
> packages, so
> I plan on reviewing them, and will fix any that aren't "special".

After reading this thread, I feel like I should go through all of my
packages and remove the team from Maintainer for all of them. I try very
hard to respond promptly to pings (bugs, email, IRC, ...) about my
packages, even if it's just to say "sorry, I can't take care of that right
now, feel free to upload"; but I'm not sure that having someone blindly
upload my packages if they haven't worked on them before is a good idea.

(And I say this having done a few team uploads in DPMT / collab-maint
recently; while I didn't think too much about these at the time, in
retrospect I feel like I made a mistake uploading those packages)

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