On Sa 19 Apr 2014 18:25:14 CEST, Leo Iannacone wrote:
Hi Mike, I have seen your ITP on node-socketio, are you still interested in ? I have also seen your attention to "options" project: https://github.com/einaros/options.js Which still not has a "release" tag. How would you like to proceed in this case? All the best, L.
The packages node-socket(|.)io and node-socket(|.)io-client and several others are a dependency of etherpad-lite, so I welcome anyone who takes over that task. Feel free to change ownership of my ITP(s) and go ahead with the work.
With the upstream guy providing options.js, I feel clueless. We could use their git commit messages and the npm package as hint for the actual upstream version and package a Git snapshot (e.g. 0.0.5+gitYYYYMMDD~<githash>) or we are more script and package it without an upstream version (e.g. as 0+gitYYYYMMDD~<githash>). My preference is the first approach.
I have a similar non-reactivity issue with the guy providing require-kernel.js . For require-kernel.js, I need upstream to provide the exact license text, but my issue report  stays unanswered. (Maybe a pull request would help in the case of require-kernel.js).
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