On Thu, 16 Feb 2012 21:34:42 -0800 (PST) Darrell Anderson <humanreadable@...> wrote: > Let me rephrase: if Tim became unavailable for a long period or > forever, do we have a plan in place to continue the project or does > Trinity fizzle away without Tim? I just did a partial clone of Trinity repositories on my Gitorious account. As of now, the purpose of the repo is to concentrate Slackware-specific (or rather not-Debian-specific ?) development. I have uploaded tdebase and tdelibs, but I won't upload all the repositories because Gitorious' Terms of Service won't let there be more than 500 MB/mo of bandwith without impunity (although I'm not sure there has to be extensive bandwith beyond my initial uploads; perhaps the big downloads can all be made from trinitydesktop.org, but still pure Slackware users/packagers who want to use the repo will just "git clone" from gitorious). Are there other repositories where there are especially many Slackware patches ? Anyway as of now, I did neither attempt to build the repo on Slackware, nor put any patch on it, so it is useless. I just wanted to set up the foundations :) The URL of the repositories (grouped as a "project" in Gitorious terms) is https://www.gitorious.org/trinity-slackware . And I forgot the important part: since I am the admin of these repos I can grant you (or any other Slackware developer :)) commit rights, without wrecking havoc in Tim's official repos.