uam is lightweight automounter in shell scripts meant to auto(u)mount removable disks like pendrives on udev events. Unlike other similar programs, it doesn't require HAL and doesn't run as a daemon.
Bug created because of Sunrise policy.
Adjusted category basing on ivman & pmount.
Created attachment 198743 [details]
Ebuild prepared for sunrise
Ebuild now in Sunrise:
Great job, Michał. It's a pity uam hasn't hit Portage tree yet, not everyone monitors sunrise activity. Hope it will make its way to tree soon, there's lots of people out there hacking udev rules by themselves (I did manage auto-rebooting box after sticking in pen drive once).
Best of luck, all in all, that's one more step to bright HALless future.
I've moved the ebuild to gx86 as sys-apps/uam, and removed the now-duplicate one from Sunrise.