ltnu - lists packages of a maintainer ordered by last upload
env DEBEMAIL=maintainer ltnu [-m]
ltnu [-m] maintainer
ltnu (Long Time No Upload) queries the public mirror of the Ultimate Debian Database (udd-mirror.debian.net) for all uploads of packages by the given uploader or maintainer and displays them ordered by the last upload of that package to Debian Unstable, oldest uploads first.
Its primary purpose is to check which of your own or your team's packages haven't been uploaded for a long time and likely need a packaging revamp. It's less suitable for MIA team purposes as it doesn't make a difference with regards to who actually uploaded a package.
- Only search in the Maintainer field and ignore the Uploaders field.
The maintainer/uploader to query can be given either by setting $DEBEMAIL as environment variable or as single commandline parameter.
If a commandline parameter does not contain an "@", "@debian.org" is appended, e.g. "ltnu abe" queries for "firstname.lastname@example.org".
Exceptions are some shortcuts for common, long e-mail addresses. So far implemented shortcuts:
The following environment variables are honoured:
$ ltnu pkg-zsh source | ver | uploaded -------------------------+--------------+------------------------ zgen | 0~20150919-3 | 2016-08-24 04:55:31+00 zplug | 2.4.1-1 | 2017-01-13 09:51:26+00 zsh-syntax-highlighting | 0.6.0-1 | 2017-08-30 09:06:26+00 zsh | 5.4.2-2 | 2017-11-02 20:56:55+00 (4 rows)
ltnu uses the PostgreSQL client command psql and hence needs Debian's postgresql-client package to be installed.
AUTHOR, COPYRIGHT, LICENSE¶
Copyright 2017 Axel Beckert <email@example.com>. Licensed under the GNU General Public License, version 2 or later.