On Tuesday, 16 May 2017 at 22:03:17 UTC, Daniel Kozak wrote:
Nice, I have wait so many months until I decided to fork
yamkeys because of d-yaml. Now I can delete it thanks. This
makes my live easier. This is something I want to propose many
times, that there is something like dlang-community. Btw. is
there some more info about it. Because I miss it somehow
On Tue, May 16, 2017 at 10:46 PM, Basile B. via
Digitalmars-d-announce < email@example.com>
Following Brian Schott Announce  about the migration of his
projects to the dlang-community, I'm pleased to announce that
the most popular repository from Ferdinand Majerech are now
also hosted there.
- D-YAML, a YAML parser and emitter for D (native D
implementation) is at https://github.com/dlang-community/D-YAML
- harbored-mod, a D documentation generator based on harbored
is at https://github.com/dlang-community/harbored-mod
So far we pushed the commits done in several forks and the two
projects are up to date, tested by TravisCI, buildable with
either make or DUB.
Note about D-Yaml: People who forked D-Yaml for their projects
are encouraged to push their change to dlang-community and
give up their fork !
AFAIK, the idea was born when we (André/stonemaster,
Sebastian/wilzbach and me) had issues with dlang-tour  when
DMD 2.072.0 was released and become the default on Travis-CI and
I had to fork D-YAML  and other project(s) in order to get my
fixes merged .
Maybe it's not a bad idea to have a couple of important D
packages like this one a community namespace, s.t. it doesn't
depend on one maintainer?
I've also thought about that. Maybe a common github
organization where all prominent members of the community have
merge rights, though individual projects would still be driven
by their authors. Similar to phobos experimental, but not tied
to dmd releases, and with more lax requirements for entry and
respectively a bit less guarantees.
But most importantly, Sebastian actually created the github
organization and started the discussion , .