[development] Drupal development maintenance teams
earnie at users.sourceforge.net
Mon Apr 27 11:49:15 UTC 2009
Quoting Larry Garfield <larry at garfieldtech.com>:
> On Sunday 26 April 2009 8:27:36 pm Greg Knaddison wrote:
>> On Sun, Apr 26, 2009 at 7:22 PM, Robert Douglass <rob at robshouse.net> wrote:
>> > Greg, I totally understand your sentiment about "teams". However, if
>> > there are "leaders" in these areas, and the teams can be ad-hoc, how does
>> > that feel? The important thing, to me, is empowering more of the
>> > exceptional people in the community become stronger leaders (by vesting
>> > power and responsibility in them).
>> That feels great. (But how is that different from the MAINTAINERS.txt
>> we currently have?)
> See my replies in this thread and the previous one. Explain to me what
> MAINTAINERS.txt actually *means* in practice and then we can say how some
> other proposal would be different.
Is it a GNU requirement? Or perhaps it is an autoconf one. Or
perhaps became popular because of Linux distributions have one.
I find no requirement in the GNU standard. So as I see it
MAINTAINERS.txt could be instructions for future maintainers of the
project. Something that gives direction to future contributors. Or
it could be a list of assigned people who have responsibilities in
some area of Drupal project management.
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