Em 25/5/2006 16:18 Renato Q. Todorov escreveu:
> Renato Botelho wrote:
>> Ae Pessoal,
>> Sealguém estiver afim de adotar um port orfão... A comunidade
>> agradece... =)
>> []s
>> -------- Original Message --------
>> Subject: [FreeBSD-Announce] Volunteers needed to help maintain ports
>> Date: Wed, 24 May 2006 19:30:37 -0400
>> From: Kris Kennaway <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>> Many of you no doubt make use of the FreeBSD Ports Collection for
>> installing and managing third-party software.  What you may not know
>> is that a lot of the ports in the Ports Collection have no assigned
>> maintainer.  Unmaintained ports tend to lag behind the rest of the
>> Ports Collection in the speed of updates to new versions, and in the
>> overall quality of the port.  With nearly 15000 third-party
>> applications in the Ports Collection, and dozens more added every week,
>> there is an ever-present need for more volunteers to assist in
>> maintaining ports.
>> What is a Port Maintainer?  A Port Maintainer is a FreeBSD volunteer
>> who donates some of their time to making sure a port is kept
>> up-to-date and in good working order.  They are intermediaries between
>> the FreeBSD user community and the third party developers of the
>> software, and they help to ensure that the software runs optimally on
>> FreeBSD systems.
>> Maintaining a port or two is a great way to contribute to the FreeBSD
>> project!
>> Maintaining a port does require some familiarity with the Ports
>> Collection and the workings of the software (at least at an
>> operational level), but we have an excellent collection of
>> documentation (the Porter's Handbook) that explains how to get
>> started, and covers many of the more advanced points you may need to
>> know.  And of course the ports community is available to answer your
>> specific questions, via the [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list.
>> The following document explains in more detail about what it means to
>> be a Port Maintainer:
>> http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/articles/contributing-ports/index.html
>> and the Porter's Handbook may be found here:
>> http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/porters-handbook/index.html
>> (translated versions are also available on the FreeBSD website).
>> The following command may be used to list the ports that you have
>> installed on your system that are currently unmaintained.  First make
>> sure your INDEX file is up-to-date:
>> # cd /usr/ports
>> # make fetchindex
>> Then run the following command (root privilege is not necessary):
>> % sh -c 'cd /usr/ports; grep -F "`for o in \`pkg_info -qao\` ; \
>> do echo "|/usr/ports/${o}|" ; done`" `make -V INDEXFILE` | \
>> grep -i \|[EMAIL PROTECTED]| | cut -f 2 -d \| '
>> This will display a list of all ports that are unmaintained; you can
>> then investigate each of the listed ports to see if you may be
>> interested in maintaining one or more of them.  You might be surprised
>> to learn that a software package you use and rely upon every day has
>> no port maintainer!
>> The "contibuting-ports" document referenced above explains what to do
>> next.
>> Thanks in advance,
>> Kris
> Ele so errou no comando.
> "This will display a list of all ports that are unmaintained".
> O correto na frase seria "This will display a list of all INSTALED ports
> that are unmaintained"
> Ja que o comando so lista os ports que estao instalados no seu sistema,
> ou seja, aqueles que voce entrou no dir e deu make install (que viraram
> pacotes e portanto sao listados via pkg_info.
> Alguem chuta como ficaria o comando correto?

Ele fez isso pq geralmente a pessoa prefere manter um port que ela
usa e conhece.

Pra saber quais sao os ports orfaos, acesse:


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