[development] RFC: Candidate 'premium' modules

Nic Ivy nji at njivy.org
Tue May 16 02:20:31 UTC 2006

On May 15, 2006, at 8:26 PM, James Walker wrote:

> On 15-May-06, at 8:30 PM, Karthik wrote:
>> Premium modules are those that are:
>> a) release-critical - A new version of Drupal cannot be released
>> unless these are up-to-date.
>> b) quality controlled - these will be 'core modules' in all but name.
>> c) well maintained - HEAD, current release and previous release  
>> should
>> all be maintained preferably by a number of maintainers.
> How do we keep track of which these are? Who decides? trackback,  
> e.g. is afaik currently unmaintained... etc.
> I do, however, think that somehow giving folks an idea of which  
> modules are worth trying before others is a good one. But this  
> sounds like a sticky situation at best... tread lightly.

I am more interested in application-specific Drupal bundles and  
bundle maintainers.  For example, we could have a forum-centric  
bundle, a blog-centric bundle, and a brochure-ware bundle.

But bundles could easily become forks, in which I am not interested.

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