thanks a lot for the heads-up. I will go ahead and submit the bug report, as
you proposed. That's a good idea.
Am 08.08.2017 um 21:46 schrieb Anton Gladky:
> Hi Jan,
> thanks for your work on this package. It seems bibus is in a
> good shape, at least there are no RC bugs for years! And also package
> is team-maintained, so it has an advantage to be fixed by any
> Debian science team member.
> I think you do not need to request package removal. Just file a bug
> that you want to be removed as an uploader of this package. And
> the package will hopefully be supported by the team.
> Best regards
> 2017-08-08 21:23 GMT+02:00 Jan Beyer <j...@beathovn.de>:
>> Dear Debian Science maintainers,
>> I am herewith looking for somebody to take over the bibus Debian package.
>> Bibus is a bibliography database written in Python 2.7 and used to work
>> stand-alone but also together with OpenOffice.org/LibreOffice and LyX. It is
>> no longer maintained upstream since 2013 and its compatibility with current
>> LibreOffice is unknown. It is not and will probably never be ported to
>> Python 3. I have stopped using it many years ago and thus lost interest. As
>> Real Life keeps me busy with other things I would like to either hand over
>> the package to somebody else or (in the worst case) directly request the
>> removal of this package from Debian.
>> If there would be anybody interested in just keeping an eye on bibus and
>> react to any bug reports possibly popping up (which should be all that can
>> be expected to happen to a new maintainer), this would be great.
>> Thanks a lot and best regards,
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