from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Someone who keeps or upholds something.
- n. A person who does maintenance work.
- n. A device used to keep teeth in a given position.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who maintains.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who m aintains, supports, sustains, or upholds. In legal use, maintainor (which see).
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who upholds or maintains
Now, looking at the IM services we support, many of them don't have a current "maintainer" who is ultimately responsible for the plugin.
It shows that Song's "maintainer" is Xianao's general manager Li Shilin.
"I want to state quite catagorically that the SAP played a totally destructive role as the so-called maintainer of law and order.
For the module maintainer it should be obvious if this is an upstream bug and he will just have to hit this button to inform the upstream maintainer.
All of this awesome content is best experienced using Lernid and I have asked Michael, the new Lernid maintainer if he can roll a new release this weekend.
Kudos to Michael Budde for taking over the reigns on Lernid as the new maintainer, and for the fantastic little Lernid community for making such a stunning release!
(Break up the monopoly, with a monopolist pipe-maintainer, and competitive water suppliers.)
While not every successful maintainer strength trains, the NWCR data show that the numbers of those who do are growing.
The average maintainer in this study lost a mean of 565 pounds before the weight loss finally stuck.
So, Viktor Gal – the liboggplay maintainer – and I sat down at FOMS/LCA to discuss this and Viktor developed some patches to make the demo player in the liboggplay package, the glut-player, support the accessibility use cases.