--- Comment #10 from Thorsten Leemhuis <fedora(a)leemhuis.info> 2009-01-22 18:27:00
(In reply to comment #9)
(In reply to comment #8)
> To find a sponsor and a reviewer it might help if you help reviewing other
> packages in the review queue (check the dependency tree for Bug 2). Those
> reviews will be unofficial if you are not sponsored, but it'll help to get
> familiar with the packaging guidelines and will show your effort to get
> involved in the project, which might help to find a sponsor.
It is something new for me.
Sorry, It iirc isn't explained properly in the fedora wiki (someone might
correct me if it is); but googling for 'fedora "review exchange"' or
like that should turn up a few mails that should explain the idea.
Basically it boils down to: reviewing is boring, but it's definitely needed. So
the idea to exchange reviews (foo reviews bar's package and bar reviews foo's
package) often gets people to do reviews, as they have a benefit from it: Both
learn the guidelines/rpm packaging better and both get their packages into the
I read guidelines throughout and carefully wrote a spec file.
Thanks for your work.
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