1) I don't use it anymore or
2) I am mostly uninterested in proposed changes
I've quietly put some of these libraries up for adoption. Some, though, I want
to keep an eye on, at least until I feel totally confident in just letting go.
One of these is Software-License. It has a number of pull requests and issues,
and honestly I look at the list and feel mostly nothing. Alternately: I am
happy to collaborate on this project, and to try to keep it moving, but I am
not happy to by the only point of contact.
I would like to run the distribution a bit more democratically. I'm not sure
how I want to do this in general, so I am going to screw around with how things
work, but will do so as little as I feel comfortable with, at least after a
Here's what I'm thinking: get around some people who are interested, who will
*at least* read issues/PRs and give them +1 or -1 or ±0. We'll go from there.
I will remain tyrant until I feel good about letting go, which I hope will
happen soon, and then I'll move on to replicating the setup.
Let me know if you are interested in helping with this work. Thanks!