On October 5, 2015 8:42:40 PM EDT, Brian May <br...@microcomaustralia.com.au> 
>On Tue, 6 Oct 2015 at 09:33 Scott Kitterman <deb...@kitterman.com>
>> Except in this case you not only didn't but then got defensive when
>> on it.  If you'd just reacted with something like "Oops, made a
>> I'll
>> revert it from svn and ask for it to be removed from experimental."
>> (fortunately for experimental we can do that) then this wouldn't have
>> a big deal.
>I get the impression that the complaint was "process wasn't followed"
>opposed to "I didn't want that package in experimental". So unless I am
>mistaken, there doesn't seem to be any need to remove the package from
>experimental. In this particular case.

I think that generally when one transgresses on someone else's package in a way 
the maintainer doesn't like it's the responsibility of the transgressor to 
offer to fix it.

It may well be that the maintainer would have declined the offer, but I think 
offering to return the situation to the status quo ante is appropriate.  

Scott K

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