[Haskell-cafe] Anyone interested in taking over network-uri?
rasen.dubi at gmail.com
Wed Apr 8 09:38:57 UTC 2015
I have a little spare time and would be interested in taking over
maintenance of network-uri.
However I'm not sure if I'm a right person for that. I've never maintained
any haskell package before, but would be glad to. I'm experienced with
maintenance issues applied to C/C++ but not Haskell. However, I'm sure they
are pretty much the same.
I looked through github issues; as far as I understand, the maintainer's
responsibilities are tracking things work fine with newer versions of
dependencies, fixing bugs that doesn't break source-level compatibility and
rejecting other proposals. I believe I would handle this.
On Wed, Apr 8, 2015 at 12:18 AM, Johan Tibell <johan.tibell at gmail.com>
> I find myself with less time to hack lately and I'm trying to reduce the
> number of libraries I maintain so I can invest time in new things. Would
> anyone be interested taking over maintenance of network-uri?
> It should not be much work at all. Bump a few dependencies and fix a bug
> or two. The package is very widely used so I suggest that the new
> maintainer should avoid breaking changes whenever possible*.
> * In other words, if you want to completely rethink network URI handling,
> this package is probably not the place for it.
> -- Johan
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