Hi all,

On 09/14/16 21:46, Jonas Smedegaard wrote:
Quoting Paul Gevers (2016-09-14 20:53:40)
The Javascript team is only loosely coordinated: Not all of us nurse all
of the packages in the team.


So how many are there approximately? And how many are involved in the jquery stuff? I am considering joining the team, but I don't want to be the only one to care for jquery and its related packages (no offense intended Antonio).

As I recall, maintenance of jquery in particular has lagged behind a lot
in the past.  So any and all help would be much appreciated.

So a statement on the current strategy would be nice, such that I can evaluate if it makes sense to join the team. What I care for is that a modern version is available (maybe for the time being next to an older API? How are other JavaScript chains handling the lack of automatic API tracking? Are there tools in the team to check for breakage? One of the stupid but powerful things that I do for the cacti package (a web-app) is to just recursively crawl all web-pages, I guess it must be possible to also check JavaScript execution.

Paul

PS: until I join the team, please keep CC-ing me.

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