[PD-dev] removing inactive devs from sf-project (again...)
hans at eds.org
Thu Oct 16 19:51:32 CEST 2008
Sounds good to me. They can always be easily readded by sending a request
On Thu, 16 Oct 2008, IOhannes m zmoelnig wrote:
> hi all
> one year has passed since my last cleanup of the list of developers in
> our sourceforge project.
> since we still/again have a long list of devs and some of them being
> inactive, i would like to re-start the cleaning up process.
> of 43 registered developers, a total of 33 devs have committed at least
> once since 2006-10-10.
> 10 devs have not contributed to the repository since then.
> while doing stats, i can also report that since 2006-10-10 there have
> been 4242 commits, the most notorious and glorious commiter has been hasn.
> anyhow, here's the list of inactive devs:
> doelie, ggeiger, jmmmp, joschi, mjmcgonagle, mnoi, pland, ritsch,
> tigital, timblech
> i will send an email asking them to opt out of a removal from the
> pure-data sf-project.
> below is the text (a slightly updated version of the text i used last year)
> you are a registered developer at the "pure-data" sourceforge project,
> which means that you have write access to the repository hosted there.
> our project currently has 43 developers, some of them being inactive.
> as one of the administrators of the project, i would like to reduce
> the number of developers to the active ones.
> since you haven't committed anything within the last two (2) years,
> you are considered to be "inactive", and therefore i would like to
> remove you from the list of developers.
> if you ever feel like you need developer status (=write access to the
> repository) again, just send an email to the pd-dev mailinglist.
> (this is the main reason why i dare to send out this email: getting
> write access is so simple that people don't lose a privilige if they
> are removed from the list of developers)
> if you feel that this is totally unjustified, please tell me within the
> next week and i will not remove you from the list of active-developers
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