I see from the log that your port was converted to an interactive port 3 years ago. We're making a push to eliminate interactive ports. Can you explain why it's technically required to be interactive? And if it's technically possible to convert it back to a regular-style port?
Hi Charlie, since ourman will be deprecated soon due to lack of stage support anyway, should we just deprecate it now? I checked the bug tracker, there are no PRs pending so maybe you aren't interested in this port anymore?
A commit references this bug:
Date: Wed Jul 2 22:24:48 UTC 2014
New revision: 360301
net-mgmt/ourmon: Reset maintainer and deprecate interactive port
This port was going to be reset in a couple of days anyway due to lack
of maintainer response, but I moved the timeline up since unstaged ports
started being reset today. Now that it's unmaintained and interactive,
the same expiration date of the other unmaintained interactive port has
Approved by: portmgr (implicit)
Deprecated and due to be removed on 20 August with other unmaintained interactive ports.