Hi Ricardo! On Monday 25 June 2018 08:31:08 Ricardo Signes wrote: > So: you can wait for me to have more time, or people with some vested > interest can agree to step up to do more in general.
I'm really disappointed as you have not wrote anything about this topic as people are already there... E.g. see my email from August 2018: On Monday 13 August 2018 17:02:38 p...@cpan.org wrote: > Hi Ricardo! Branislav (https://github.com/happy-barney) is interested in > doing some sort of code review for your Email:: modules. He already > wrote you an email. So hopefully this can speed up development... Or email from October 2018: On Monday 08 October 2018 14:30:57 p...@cpan.org wrote: > On Thursday 09 August 2018 15:34:27 p...@cpan.org wrote: > > Just in case, I have there open pull requests for more then year. If > > Ricardo does not have time to look at them yet, can somebody else do > > review? There is support for IDN email addresses or long and Unicode > > file names in attachments. > > > > https://github.com/rjbs/Email-MIME-ContentType/pull/9 > > https://github.com/rjbs/Email-MIME-ContentType/pull/10 > > https://github.com/rjbs/Email-MIME-ContentType/pull/11 > > > > https://github.com/rjbs/Email-MIME/pull/49 > > https://github.com/rjbs/Email-MIME/pull/50 > > https://github.com/rjbs/Email-MIME/pull/51 > > https://github.com/rjbs/Email-MIME/pull/54 > > > > https://github.com/rjbs/Email-Simple/pull/17 > > @rjbs: some of pull requests were already checked by @gedge. Does it mean that you rejected it? And my email from November 2018 ... On Tuesday 20 November 2018 09:30:14 p...@cpan.org wrote: > Ricardo, since June nothing happened... People are still asking for > changes in created pull requests and now downstream distribution > maintainers started to creating fork of your cpan distributions just to > address problems which were not fixed/reflected in upstream cpan. > > Please, can you clarify state of your cpan modules? Are you going to > maintain them in near future? And if not, can you take ownership or > maintenance to other people, e.g. those who are started to create > downstream distribution fork? > > Because having fixes and patches just in system distribution and not on > cpan is really bad situation which just say that upstream cpan is dead! > > Also this would cause incompatibility for applications in system > distributions which starts depending on fixes/features available in > system, but not on cpan... ... is unanswered. There are more people interested in development of Email:: modules, there are lot of open pull requests and we have not heard from you anything about future development. Can you clarify current status of Email:: modules?