Our packageset, which is essentially those packages we are responsible for, includes **NINETY** Go packages:

- go-md2man - golang-blackfriday - golang-check.v1 - golang-dbus - golang-fsnotify - golang-github-alecthomas-units - golang-github-armon-consul-api - golang-github-beorn7-perks - golang-github-bgentry-speakeasy - golang-github-cockroachdb-cmux - golang-github-coreos-bbolt - golang-github-coreos-go-systemd - golang-github-coreos-pkg - golang-github-coreos-semver - golang-github-davecgh-go-spew - golang-github-dghubble-sling - golang-github-dgrijalva-jwt-go-v3 - golang-github-dustin-go-humanize - golang-github-ghodss-yaml - golang-github-go-kit-kit - golang-github-go-logfmt-logfmt - golang-github-go-stack-stack - golang-github-golang-groupcache - golang-github-golang-mock - golang-github-google-btree - golang-github-google-go-cmp - golang-github-google-go-querystring - golang-github-googleapis-gax-go - golang-github-grpc-ecosystem-go-grpc-prometheus - golang-github-grpc-ecosystem-grpc-gateway - golang-github-hashicorp-hcl - golang-github-inconshreveable-mousetrap - golang-github-jonboulle-clockwork - golang-github-julienschmidt-httprouter - golang-github-kr-fs - golang-github-magiconair-properties - golang-github-mattn-go-runewidth - golang-github-mitchellh-go-homedir - golang-github-mitchellh-mapstructure - golang-github-mwitkow-go-conntrack - golang-github-olekukonko-tablewriter - golang-github-opentracing-opentracing-go - golang-github-pelletier-go-buffruneio - golang-github-pelletier-go-toml - golang-github-pkg-errors - golang-github-pkg-sftp - golang-github-pmezard-go-difflib - golang-github-prometheus-client-golang - golang-github-prometheus-client-model - golang-github-prometheus-common - golang-github-rogpeppe-fastuuid - golang-github-shurcool-sanitized-anchor-name - golang-github-spf13-afero - golang-github-spf13-cast - golang-github-spf13-cobra - golang-github-spf13-jwalterweatherman - golang-github-spf13-pflag - golang-github-spf13-viper - golang-github-ugorji-go-codec - golang-github-urfave-cli - golang-github-xiang90-probing - golang-github-xordataexchange-crypt - golang-glog - golang-go.crypto - golang-gogoprotobuf - golang-golang-x-net-dev - golang-golang-x-oauth2 - golang-golang-x-sync - golang-golang-x-sys - golang-golang-x-time - golang-golang-x-tools - golang-google-api - golang-google-appengine - golang-google-cloud - golang-google-genproto - golang-google-grpc - golang-gopkg-alecthomas-kingpin.v2 - golang-gopkg-cheggaaa-pb.v1 - golang-goprotobuf - golang-logrus - golang-objx - golang-pretty - golang-procfs - golang-protobuf-extensions - golang-pty - golang-testify - golang-text - golang-toml - golang-x-text - golang-yaml.v2

I can't imagine why we would need to be responsible for these and it would be best to not be considered a responsible party. I'm especially concerned because Go is so far reaching.

@tsimonq2 said that the DMB and perhaps more specifically cyphermox is the right person to contact about this.

Bonus points for figuring out some other strange packages:

__galternatives__- graphical setup tool for the alternatives system (GTK!)__chafa__- Image-to-text converter supporting a wide range of symbols, etc.__muparser__- fast mathematical expressions parser library