Please merge ~ubuntu-art-lists into ~ubuntu-art

Asked by Andrew Starr-Bochicchio on 2009-12-05


There are currently two teams which are identified as the Ubuntu Artwork Team. This seems to have happened due to the one team being automatically created by existing in the debian/control file of uploaded packages to Ubuntu. In order to get an accurate package report of all packages the Ubuntu Artwork Team is responsible for, could you please merge the two team.

<> was the automatically created team.

It should be merged into: <>

My understanding is that this should be done by a LP admin by asking a question on Answers. If this is incorrect, please let me know how to go about doing this.


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2009-12-09 heninge: Assigned to LOSAs for handling. 2009-12-16 heninge: Assigned to LOSAs for handling again.
Henning Eggers (henninge) said : #1

Our LOSAs say that to merge the teams, the unclaimed team at needs to be claimed by you first.

Andrew, just a quick reminder that to proceed you'll have to first claim ~ubuntu-art-lists.

Thanks for the reminder. It seems that I need some one who is an mod/admin of <email address hidden> in order to claim ~ubuntu-art-lists. I just contacted kwii to see if he can claim it.


Alright, ~ubuntu-art-lists has now been claimed. It is now owned by kwii who also owns ~ubuntu-art

Kenneth Wimer (kwwii) said : #5

I own ubuntu-art and (now) also the ubuntu-art-list. It was most likely a mistake that I made years ago when I packaged the human-gtk-theme incorrectly.

Best Tom Haddon (mthaddon) said : #6

The former has been merged into the latter.

Thanks, Tom

Thanks Tom Haddon, that solved my question.