Package filtering in Repology is very flexible, so you can combine all kinds of conditions. But here are some preset queries to start with:
- All packages for this maintainer.
- Up to date packages for this maintainer.
- Outdated packages for this maintainer.
- Outdated packages for this maintainer, newest in 2+ other repository families. Compared to the previous query this has smaller possibility of false positives.
- Packages for this maintainer which have ignored versions. There may be incorrect versions which needs fixing among these.
- Packages for this maintainer which are up to date only in a single repository family. There may be incorrect versions which needs fixing among these.
- Packages for this maintainer which have related ones (with the same homepage). These may require merging into a single project.
This maintainer is active in the following repositories:
There are 10 total package(s) for 10 distinct project(s) known.
emacs:direnv, emacs:evil-colemak-basics, emacs:evil-swap-keys, emacs:evil-text-object-python, emacs:gsettings, emacs:gvariant, emacs:jq-format, emacs:json-reformatter-jq, emacs:python-black, emacs:python-pytest