Hi,

On Sat, Feb 03, 2018 at 02:19:30PM +0100, Andreas Metzler wrote:
> I would suggest
> [1] Request/get "phototools-team" group
> [2] Set some admins
> [3] Add users to project

Thanks.  Since I'm a bit involved in feh maintenance could you please

  a) add Laszlo Boszormenyi <g...@debian.org>
  b) remove current feh repository
     When I assumed to refresh my local repository from salsa feh
     repository which I assumed would be up to date I've got no
     changes since feh repository was originally empty (for whatever
     reason).  I realised *after* doing some changes so a large chunk
     of histroy would be lost.  I tried to rename feh to feh_broken
     and intended to clone from alioth again but salsa claims that
     the name is taken.  So please remove feh and feh_broken (I do
     not have permissions for this :-( )

> [4] Migrating git repositories to be done by the respective package
> maintainer(s).
> (import.sh from
> https://salsa.debian.org/mehdi/salsa-scripts/tree/master has worked
> very well for me.)

I volunteer for feh (as well as checkit-tiff, facedetect, fgallery,
imageindex, packjpg and pngquant) to migrate the repositories.
 
> [5] Ask for migration of pkg-phototools-devel@lists.a.d.o and let
> pkg-phototools-commits@l.a.d.o die.

In Debian Med we kept the commits list and are using e-mail
notifications as usual.  We also use irker.
 
> How about adding the active ones above as "owner"? Is this list even
> correct? (I would appreciate doublechecking.)

Some more owners are probably sensible to spread the admin work -
specifically in the beginning.
 
> Regarding [4] I guess non-owners would need to be setup as "Developer" for
> useful access.

In Debian Med we have set most active people to master (may be this
would have enabled me to delete the broken feh repository myself).

Kind regards

       Andreas.

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