carter.schonwald at gmail.com
Thu Dec 19 14:49:06 UTC 2019
I’m reasonably comfortable saying duncan should not be in the loop on this
stuff. He hasn’t been active or communicating accessibly in a while. And
that’s fine. Peoples lives are complicated and busy. Let’s move forward.
Let’s move forward and just make sure we do a very meticulous and
thoughtful execution of progressing bytestring.
(On a personal level, some of my fall oss plans fell on the wayside after
my 12 yr old niece got very sick in September).
On Thu, Dec 19, 2019 at 3:25 AM Fumiaki Kinoshita <fumiexcel at gmail.com>
> I see some activity on GitHub; this strongly motivates me to start doing
> something concrete!
> Just looking at the situation, it definitely needs more reviewing - also
> I'm going to add tests and benchmarks to the pull requests.
> Given apparent absence of dcoutts, I'm curious we organise this in the
> future - currently a number of things are blocked on his response. If he's
> unable to spend time on it for some reason, I think that's much better to
> have Herbert or someone else as a primary maintainer.
> 2019年12月19日(木) 16:20 Herbert Valerio Riedel <hvriedel at gmail.com>:
>> Hi Simon,
>> On Thu, Dec 19, 2019 at 12:43 AM Simon Jakobi
>> <simon.jakobi at googlemail.com> wrote:
>> > Your email prompted me to review a few PRs today:
>> Thank you, reviewing PRs is one of the things that definitely helps
>> and what I was hoping for when I wrote
>> > That being said, if you or others want to help out with projects I
>> (co)maintain such as `bytestring`, please get into contact with me. There
>> are things you can do to help with the review of PRs and other tasks that
>> benefit from as many hands or eyes as possible and which would reduce the
>> workload during the focused batch-phase when the careful dedicated release
>> processes is initiated.
>> But please; let's coordinate directly -- we've done so frequently via
>> Hangout during your GSOC in the past -- than devolving into unhelpful
>> public shade-throwing at how maintenance is currently performed; that
>> is, if the goal is to actually help the project.
>> -- Herbert
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