I'd like to add some more points.
Just as a reminder. No offence intended.
On Wednesday, February 7, 2018 at 10:08:12 AM UTC+1, Jeremy Ruston wrote:
> TiddlyWiki 5 Dev Hangout #105 will be on Friday 9th February 2018 at 3pm
> This will be another developer-oriented hangout to discuss plans for
> project infrastructure improvements in 2018. There are a few intertwingled
> topics, but the key ones revolve around the way that we use GitHub:
> * Moving TiddlyWiki5 and TiddlyDesktop to the official TiddlyWiki GitHub
> repo so that we can use more fine-grained permissions to delegate project
> tasks amongst the core team
> * Establishing an automated build process so that updates can be published
> quickly by any authorised members of the project team
* There are 100+ PRs pending ...
- I think about 10 are approved already, but not merged yet,
- IMO several "core devs" could speed that process up a lot.
- This could be a good testcase for the new CI/CD approach.
- 1 prerelease per PR
- to bet better feedback from testers.
* We need to discuss, how we can "get rid" of them, *in a positive way*.
- I think, contributors, that write PRs can live with a "no", if it is
- Many PR are better off as plugins.
- We should show them an easy way to go that route.
- From my point of view, the status quo is "frustrating" for all sides.
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