[development] An alternative to common thinking in 5-> 6migration

Marcel Partap mpartap at gmx.net
Wed Mar 11 12:45:14 UTC 2009

> Previous posters brought up arguments, but you obviously did not understand
> them.
Where are those? Despite
- it would place all load upon a small load of developers who are 
already overloaded (not true)
- would stiffle innovation (hardly true - restriction only on repo 
- don't like it because it messes with my ways (can't argue with that)
there was no argument i am aware of, and none of those strike me as 
real compelling evidence quality restriction would be a bad idea.

> So what if this moderation would _blindly_ accept the above mentioned,
> unresolvable causes as reasons for creating a new project without further
> backtalk?
?? huh ??
The point was to make every non-core code just as community-maintained 
as core, but have a wider circle of people working on it. So how would 
the situation of an unresolvable conflict arises, if each area of 
functionality gets its own carefully and expandable framework, and 
code is okayed by the community? Don't get what you're trying to say, 

> I could even imagine that the content of this queue can be very interesting
> for all Drupalers
Well that's the point. Have all Drupalers maintain the modules, not 
just a specific maintainer. Just like core, but supported by better 

regards marcel.

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