Name: Stephen Arnold
Physical location: California
Areas of responsibility: Ada
@gentoo.org Email: Not added
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CVS Access: Not added
IRC Access: nerdboy - autovoice on #-dev
Began probationary period: 8 July 03 ends 22 July 03
Kurt -- ssh is being funny -- check the auth.log
also -- please make sure cvs.g.o syncs up for him
Reassigning bugs to recruiters...
Possible retirement pending as you haven't shown any activity in the
past two (or more) months.
- Last (viewable) bugzilla activity:
- Last CVS activity:
Sun, 19 Feb 2012 21:25:16
Infra please proceed
- metadata.xml cleaned
- herds.xml cleaned
I'd rather not retire, since I got stuck with extra work stuff that hasn't really slowed down like I thought it would. Can we leave this pending for w hile longer?
Yeah I see no problem to postpone it although your packages have been reassigned. If you need them back, you need to add yourself to metadata
Since packages were already reassigned (new first mail), and you are away for near a year, I have just send you the new second mail (the first one talking about retirement)
no reply, infra please proceed
What I'd like to do is not retire fully, but I obviously can't spend the time that I used to. Most of my work lately is involved with embedded (mostly arm), cross toolchains (also arm) and some gnat work. I have some updated gnat-gcc ebuilds and an updated gnatbuild.eclass in my overlay; if George doesn't mind, maybe I could help maintain gnat and stay on the embedded side. Let me talk to some of the embedded devs and see what falls out. CC'ing George too...
So George is on board and happy for the help, so what is the process to switch me to the ada herd "officially"? Is there anything I need to do, or is it just a "quick" infra change? Thanks...
(In reply to Steve Arnold from comment #13)
> So George is on board and happy for the help, so what is the process to
> switch me to the ada herd "officially"? Is there anything I need to do, or
> is it just a "quick" infra change? Thanks...
Just add your self to the ada alias and project (and edit the ldap fields if you want to)
Nothing else needs to be done. Lets close this bug.
First mail sent.
Second mail sent.
Two commits in May.
git commit access disabled. As mentioned in the e-mail you received, ping us directly or via this bug, or ping anyone from infra to get your access back ASAP when you intend to return to action.