[development] adoption for 'abandoned' modules?
speck at blkmtn.org
Sun Jan 21 07:42:38 UTC 2007
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> From: development-bounces at drupal.org [mailto:development-
> bounces at drupal.org] On Behalf Of Karen Stevenson
> Sent: Saturday, January 20, 2007 4:12 AM
> To: development at drupal.org
> Subject: Re: [development] adoption for 'abandoned' modules?
> That comment was supposed to be a little tongue in cheek.
Ah, missed that.
> Yes I know some of the high profile developers have done that and I
> understand why. I think it has to be combined with other factors -- no
> to contact them directly + no response to open issues on the queue = a
> developer whose modules need to get downgraded or adopted.
Here we get into a perception thing again.... how would one define
someone's activity to downgrade them? I myself am a burst worker. Do
stuff, do other stuff, live life... go through issue queue in a rampage,
> However I do think there is really no reason for new developers who
> not so high profile to make themselves unreachable.
Personal privacy? Paranoia, anti-social :)
> Anyway, I wasn't really proposing automatic action against anyone
> contact form was disabled.
> Everyone reacted to my tongue in cheek comment and no one reacted to
> I thought was the important idea -- that we provide a place on the
> page where you can identify the co-maintainers.
Well, I can see who the other maintainers are :) and was aware of
Derek's idea's on the subject and remember Dries mock up. I am sure
many others do as well so it's a good reminder that not everyone tracks
what was said 6 months ago vs. the decisions that were made to get the
progress on the solid foundation done so that the fancy bits could
actually have some hope of being accomplished.
I believe that Derek replied on the issues already, I am merely
commenting on the diversity of knowledge on the list.
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