[Development] Maintainership of QtNetwork
Kai.Koehne at digia.com
Mon Nov 4 17:25:26 CET 2013
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> Behalf Of Richard Moore
> Sent: Monday, November 04, 2013 1:32 PM
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> Subject: [Development] Maintainership of QtNetwork
> Hi All,
> As some of you may know, Shane has a new job and therefore has a lot less
> time to spend on QtNetwork. He, Peter and I have discussed how we should
> maintain the module in the future. What we're proposing is that Peter and I
> take over as joint maintainers since neither of us has the time to keep on top
> of things alone. Anyone looking to help out in this area should feel free to
> drop us a mail.
This isn't a veto or anything, but having two 'equal' maintainers for the same area sounds odd to me. I mean, it's perfectly fine that you split up the workload, but the point of having a nominal maintainer is to have _one_ person to go to, and _one_ person who can decide if there's need ... It doesn't mean that the maintainer can't delegate his work though, up to the point that whomever he trusts can act as a de-facto decision maker, too.
Anyway, it's of course great that you two stepped up ;) Also thanks to Shane for taking responsibility for this important module so far.
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