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Sat, 04 Jun 2022 13:19:32 +0000
> Hi Guix,
> this is not a new idea: let’s add a page to the website that lists teams
> and a mail alias for each of the teams.
> For example, the “R team” consists of people familiar with how R
> packaging works in Guix, e.g. Simon and myself. There would be an alias
> “email@example.com”. People with questions about R in Guix could
> write an email to that alias.
> Mumi could also send email to firstname.lastname@example.org to remind them about
> patches relating to R / Bioconductor / CRAN, etc.
> Maintainers could write to these teams before releases to ask if there
> are any obstacles to a release.
> As a first step I’d suggest collecting teams, setting up the email
> aliases, and updating the website to show the existing teams. Here’s
> a draft of three teams:
> * R team
> Simon Tournier
> Ricardo Wurmus
> * Java team
> Julien Lepiller
> * Rust team
> Efraim Flashner
> Aleksandr Vityazev
> Arun Isaac
> John Soo
> Maxim Cournoyer
> Nicolas Goaziou
> Tobias Geerinckx-Rice
> What do you think?
> : https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/guix-devel/2021-12/msg00224.html
If you want to add a Bootstrapping team, feel free to add me there.
Thanks for this effort. It's really interesting.
- Teams, Ricardo Wurmus, 2022/06/04
- Re: Teams, Maxime Devos, 2022/06/04
- Re: Teams,
Ekaitz Zarraga <=
- Re: Teams, Tobias Geerinckx-Rice, 2022/06/04
- Re: Teams, Josselin Poiret, 2022/06/05