On Fri, 05 Feb 2016 18:13:19 -0500 Doug Torrance
<dtorra...@piedmont.edu> wrote:
> Package: wnpp
> Severity: wishlist
> Owner: Doug Torrance <dtorra...@piedmont.edu>
> * Package name : knowl.js
> Upstream Author : American Institute of Mathematics
> * URL : http://aimath.org/knowlepedia/
> * License : GPL-3+
> Programming Lang: JavaScript
> Description : JavaScript library for transclusion of supplementary
> Like the familiar hyperlink, knowls can be used to provide relevant,
> supplementary information and are referenced from within the body of a web
> page. But unlike the hyperlink, which simply takes you to a new web
page, the
> knowl conveniently serves up the information at your original location
with the
> click of a mouse button. With a similar click, the knowl then disappears.
> I plan to maintain knowl.js as a member of the Debian JavaScript Team.

Since it's been a week, I figured I would inquire...

Is uploading to mentors and opening an RFS bug CC'ed to the list the
correct way to request a sponsorship of a new JavaScript package?  I
know that some other teams have other methods (e.g., PET, SoB).

If it's merely that no one's had time to get around to it yet, then
that's fine too.  :)


P.S.  The packaging is also in git:

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