Can these 400 new or pending ports on Trac be rolled over into the repo as PRs?
On Wed, Apr 11, 2018 at 06:01 Rainer Müller <rai...@macports.org> wrote: > On 2018-04-11 14:11, db wrote: > > I won't address every single point and just say that it might be > interpreted as finger-pointing, but I'm actually curious about what's the > state of the project, how it got where it is, where is it going, should I > build always from source, should I use another package manager or > complement it with another one, etc. And all these I seem to learn only in > the mailing list, which might be annoying, I admit. > > I do not understand what you mean by "state of the project". These are > questions that most users just do not seem to consider at all. > > As said before, if you think information that is only on the mailing > list should be elsewhere, please make it available. Publish it in > whatever form you think would be appropriate. > > >>> That streamlined process is what keeps new and updated portfiles in my > local repo… > >> I have no clue what you wanted to say with this. > > > > It means that ports I submitted like stem and ipfs are not further > reviewed, so new portfiles I write I just keep in my local repo and don't > bother submitting. > > There are more than 400 pending submissions for new ports on Trac, all > being in various states. If your submission does not make progress, > please ask on macports-dev@ for a review with links to the corresponding > tickets. > > You might also want to consider submitting them as pull requests, > because Perry Metzger is going to make sure no pull request will be > forgotten. :-) > > Rainer >