|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> wrote:On 11/25/2014 08:54 PM, Greg Watson wrote:we would need to determine which parts are unsupported and remove them.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 attention ;)
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