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|Title:||Ebuild maintainter extension GLEP|
|Author:||Caleb Tennis <caleb at gentoo.org>|
Gentoo's portage tree attempts to provide a self contained, easy to use, and automatic installation procedure for as many packages as can be maintained by developers.@@ -78,15 +320,15 @@
This GLEP only applies to EBUILD based bugs that contain a request for a package to be committed or version bumped within portage.
As of the first draft of this GLEP, there are 1387 EBUILD bug requests in Gentoo's bugzilla database. Many of these requests contain ebuilds that have been submitted by the bug reporter and are simply awaiting a Gentoo developer to sponsor the submittal of the ebuild.
Gentoo's portage tree already contains the most popular ebuilds for packages available today. Many teams exist that are responsible for maintaining these core ebuilds in the portage tree. But, for ebuilds that are not as commonly @@ -100,12 +342,12 @@ make sure that all ebuilds have some person who is responsible for maintenance.
No current policies exist that interfere with this document.
Incoming ebuild bug reports should continue to be processed as normal.
Bug reports that do not contain an attached ebuild should be marked as NEEDINFO. A message asking the user to create and submit an ebuild should be @@ -124,8 +366,8 @@ that the ebuild is externally maintained, he/she can add that person to the CC list.
At the very least, all ebuilds must be looked over by the developer handling the commit.
In no case should a submitted digest file be used. The developer is @@ -135,15 +377,15 @@ handling the installation should take every step to ensure that no ebuild, package, or other files have been compromised.
Current proposals to rethink Gentoo portage and bug handling (a.k.a Herds) are still in negotiation. It is the intention of the author of this GLEP to evolve the concept of this GLEP as the Herds concept matures and stabilizes.