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Current reports (2)
Created 2 years ago,
Comment: The home page for this package has moved to https://beyondgrep.com/
Created 2 years ago,
The project needs some version(s) to be marked as ignored
Comment: Hey! Thanks for invitation, that's pleasant to see you appreciate my small contribution.
I want rather to continue reporting here, however, for some reasons.
First, you often create more complete rules, than just what is reported, as you know system better.
Secondly, I very like possibility to collaborate anonymously, and want to use it.
On double work, I can make split reports a bit concise, if you want to.
I hope you are ok with that.
Keep up your good work!
Ad rem: version greater than 2.22 aren't upstream.
Repology reply: No, the reports are great. It just takes time to process them and I hoped to save it by adding a collaborator (less complete rules and possible mistakes are not a problem at all as we all learn and it's totally worth extending a project's community, development throughput and increading a bus factor), but it's ok if you prefer to just submit reports. Thank you again! NB: 2.23_02 is actually upstream, but it looks like a devel version.