I've taken some of them on, including the oldest one (From Ryan, of all people) 
for a game called enigma from a submission 10 years ago.

I advise you to be very careful with them, based on the ones I've seen.

Lots of them are not of high quality, build wrongly or against the wrong 
libraries, and we would not want them PR'd and pushed into the repo without 
proper surveillance.


On 2018-04-11, at 6:55 AM, Mojca Miklavec wrote:

> On 11 April 2018 at 15:47, G A wrote:
>> Can these 400 new or pending ports on Trac be rolled over into the repo as
>> PRs?
> Yes, that would be ideal, and any help doing that would be greatly 
> appreciated.
> It would probably make sense to make a mass-edit on Trac to invite
> authors to submit PRs, but before we do that, we need to have at least
> a simple page with instructions answering the basic questions,
> including request to add @github handles etc.
> However, anyone familiar with PRs with a bit of spare time is warmly
> welcome to help by starting transferring the patches/portfiles to
> GitHub, this can be started immediately.
> Mojca

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