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From "Lars Corneliussen // Zen">
Subject AW: Determining next steps for the NPanday
Date Mon, 15 Dec 2014 12:24:41 GMT
Hi Roman,

even though it "hurts" I think retiring the project is the right thing to do.
Not because of the quality of NPanday, but just because the (developer!) community is effectively

While I'm still using NPanday every day (1.5 snapshot), it is all on the same project and
there is no need for further development currently.

And just the fact that we haven't been able to release 1.5 for ages shows the lack of a functioning

I might invest in releasing 1.5 - but I might also keep saying this the years to come.

Although for releasing 1.5 we wouldn't need more than somebody just doing the release with
how 1.5 is now.

So if someone volunteers - just go ahead.

-----Urspr√ľngliche Nachricht-----
Von: [] Im Auftrag von Roman Shaposhnik
Gesendet: Sonntag, 14. Dezember 2014 19:29
Betreff: Re: Determining next steps for the NPanday

On Sun, Dec 14, 2014 at 2:08 AM, David Akehurst <> wrote:
> I would like it to stay
> I have done some development for it

Please note that retirement doesn't make source code go away -- it will still be available
for you to use and hack on.

Retirement is ASF's way of telling outside world that even though source is still there and
available, the community is gone. Now, as I said, the measure of the community "being there"
could be interpreted as *at the very least* having 3 active participants since all decisions
would require 3 votes minimum.

Not sure if NPanday has that, but would love to be contradicted.


P.S. Finally, should 3 active participants show up after the retirement, reviving the project
takes very little time.
Hence its not like a permanent state of things.

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