Chris Waters is attempting to put together a team to co-maintain tcl/tk and some of it's add-ons (e.g. tcllib, itcl).
As Debian's tcl/tk maintainer for the last couple of years, I have
decided that I can no longer go it alone. For this reason, I am
attempting to put together a team to co-maintain tcl/tk and some of
it's add-ons (e.g. tcllib, itcl).
It is also, in my opinion, past time to develop some more formal
policies for tcl/tk-using packages. For this reason, I have created a
mailing list for discussing Debian's tcl/tk infrastructure and policy,
and an Alioth project for tcl/tk maintenance.
Anyone who is interested in Debian's tcl/tk infrastructure or policy
is invited to join the public mailing list at:
I expect that this will be a fairly low-traffic list, although we do
have some fairly important issues to discuss in the not-too-distant
Anyone who is interested in helping me co-maintain tcl/tk, etc.
should contact me directly. The team project will be hosted at:
Please help before I suffer _complete_ burn-out and am forced to