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From Olemis Lang <ole...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [Proposal] How to get out of this situation?
Date Mon, 23 Oct 2017 17:25:33 GMT
On 10/23/17, Dammina Sahabandu <dmsahabandu@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Gary/All,
>
> Over the last couple of years we have been struggling with getting the
> project out of this moving to attic situation. The main reason behind this
> was our current members getting busy and couldn't find time to contribute
> to the project. As a result of this, even though we get enough attention
> from possible new contributors we were not capable of helping them enough
> to get started.
>
> Gary has suggested few times that for a new contributor it might be hard to
> get familiar with the code base. If that is the case why don't we point out
> some small scale changes such as minor UI improvements to get them started.
> Otherwise, even if we keep going like this for another few months
> eventually the project will be moved to attic.
>

In my opinion a major architectural change is needed in Apache
Bloodhound . I've started a new private fork, but it's also difficult
to keep up with changes in Trac . In my opinion the two initial
milestones should be :

#1 - Bring Bloodhound code base to a stable point
       (IMHO requires major architectural changes)
#2 - Deploy the latest (stable) version at bloodhound.apache.org
#3 - Plan for catching up with recent Trac releases
#4 - Continue from there ...

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