[Barry Warsaw, 2015-10-07] > >how about making it official and adding it to the policy? > > I thought you had volunteered to do that (with native speaker review)? I > previously mistakenly remembered Scott volunteering for that. > > If not, I'm happy to do it.
I meant to use your exact words, see attachment -- Piotr Ożarowski Debian GNU/Linux Developer www.ozarowski.pl www.griffith.cc www.debian.org GPG Fingerprint: 1D2F A898 58DA AF62 1786 2DF7 AEF6 F1A2 A745 7645
Index: python-modules-policy.rst =================================================================== --- python-modules-policy.rst (wersja 34513) +++ python-modules-policy.rst (kopia robocza) @@ -54,14 +54,13 @@ This enables the team to have an overview of its packages on the DDPO_website_. -Thus if you bring some packages into the team, you can keep your name in -the Maintainer field. You will receive bug reports and handle your package -as usual except that other team members may help from time to time and/or -take over when you're too busy. +* Team in Maintainers is a strong statement that fully collaborative + maintenance is preferred. Anyone can commit to the vcs and upload as + needed. A courtesy email to Uploaders can be nice but not required. -If you put the team in the Maintainer field, the package will be handled -completely by the team and every member is invited to work on any -outstanding issue. +* Team in Uploaders is a weak statement of collaboration. Help in maintaining + the package is appreciated, commits to vcs are freely welcomed, but before + uploading, please contact the Maintainer for the green light. Team members who have broad interest should subscribe to the mailing list python-modules-t...@lists.alioth.debian.org whereas members who are only