maintainership love

Definitions

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  • noun The property of being a maintainer.

Etymologies

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From maintainer +‎ -ship.

Examples

  • The Linux Foundation also announced that Yocto will be taking over maintainership of the Embedded GNU C Library, a glibc variant designed for embedded systems.

    Ars Technica

  • If nobody stands up to take over maintainership within two weeks, the application has to be moved to the area as every application in the KDE main modules and in extragear needs to have a maintainer to stay there.

    KDE TechBase - Recent changes [en]

  • (In progress) Solid-bluetooth needs a maintainer [afiestas got the maintainership of kbluetooth]

    KDE TechBase - Recent changes [en]

  • (In progress) Solid-bluetooth needs a maintainer [afiestas got the maintainership of kbluetooth]

    KDE TechBase - Recent changes [en]

  • If nobody stands up to take over maintainership within two weeks, the application has to be moved to the area as every application in the KDE main modules and in extragear needs to have a maintainer to stay there.

    KDE TechBase - Recent changes [en]

  • I have already passed Audacity maintainership to the debian-multimedia team.

    Planet Debian

  • The maintainership, governance and overall ownershp of the core products will remain with Qt Software as they have, but a path for external contribution is being built.

    Planet KDE

  • I maintain or have co-maintainership on a number of modules in the

    Planet Perl

  • But Michael Zanetti heard the call for maintainership and jumped onto the code to make it ready for KDE4, for now in the playground section of the repository.

    Planet KDE

  • I've been wishing for ages for maintainership to be taken away from Ulrich Drepper.

    Slashdot: Linux

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