Data parsed from MAINTAINERS files

Probably only interesting if you are (or should be) listed in a MAINTAINERS file

In a few days (perhaps more…), people in /trunk/MAINTAINERS will receive new instructions on how to approve SVN account requests (via a system called Mango). These emails will go to everyones email address listed in LDAP. Obviously, that LDAP email address needs to correct. Also, the information in /trunk/MAINTAINERS should have been parsed correctly. I’ve emailed everyone who had a mismatch between the MAINTAINERS email address and LDAP. However, I already noticed for some people their LDAP email address as well as the one in /trunk/MAINTAINERS bounce (oops).

To see the data parsed from the MAINTAINERS files, click here. This file is sorted by account name. It has two lists. One shows possible invalid data. The second list contains all maintainers found from the various MAINTAINERS files.

If you want to ensure there are no mistakes, please check the file and look for your userid. It shows your email address (spam protected) and the modules you are a maintainer of. If you are not listed at all or if some module is missing, please check the /trunk/MAINTAINERS file for typo’s. See lgo/MaintainersCorner if you are interested in the syntax.

Update: If the information between LDAP and the MAINTAINERS file differs on purpose, you can of course ignore the mail you received from Mango.