Re: [cross-project-issues-dev] TM withdrawal from Mars
On 26 Nov 2014, at 16:17, Greg Watson wrote:
On Nov 26, 2014, at 1:10 AM, Mickael Istria <mistria@xxxxxxxxxx>
On 11/25/2014 08:54 PM, Greg Watson wrote:
we would need to determine which parts are unsupported and remove
I don't understand why you want to remove things that are not
actively supported any more? The fact that no-one currently plans to
making changes in those parts doesn't make that they need to be
removed. RSE is a mature project, and in its current state, it
provides satisfaction to some users, and I believe it could easily
keep on providing value without changing a single line of code nor
doing any rebuild. The project is still useful independently of
whether it has active contributors or not.
This may be the case if you are considering a project in isolation,
however we are deciding if TM should part of a simultaneous release.
Being part of the simultaneous release means that "projects must work
together in any combination of any install." This requires a degree of
testing at least, as well as fixing bugs if any problems are
encountered. If no-one has agreed to undertake this level of support,
then I don’t see how the project can meet the mandatory requirements
for a simultaneous release.
Which is why I've asked *what* kind of bugfixes etc. RSE have received
and is expected to need so we can find someone to take this over.
I and others already said we would like to help - but noone have
responded yet (I assume Thanksgiving is stealing most US based people's
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