As I'm working on teleradiology project for my job, I've already created an overlay repository on https://svn.modulix.net/gentoo.modulix.net/trunk/overlay for internal use (http://www.emaging.net). When I done it, I've seen that many of bug's reports I used to get some ebuild files are still assigned to : firstname.lastname@example.org
So, I decide to postulate to this charge for the http://overlays.gentoo.org/svn/proj/science/overlay which is the most impacted by my job. Perhaps, if you agree, I should help to increase the number of supported applications on this overlay.
Steps to Reproduce:
Bugs possible to close :
Sorry for my approximative english, I'm french...
Become a Gentoo maintener ;-))
I work with GNU/Linux since 1995 and maintain http://rsync4.fr.gentoo.org
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> So, I decide to postulate to this charge for the
> http://overlays.gentoo.org/svn/proj/science/overlay which is the most impacted
> by my job. Perhaps, if you agree, I should help to increase the number of
> supported applications on this overlay.
Thanks for your interest. You do not need to open a bug to get access to the science overlay. You may contact the gentoo-science team on their irc channel (#gentoo-science on freenode) or contact them directly at the email@example.com alias. Each overlay has its own policy for new committers, so they will tell you what to do. You may also contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org) in the future without opening a bug in case you had a question.