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Adoptable modules (Re: Status of DateTime::Event::Easter)

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From:
Jean Forget
Date:
January 19, 2015 06:29
Subject:
Adoptable modules (Re: Status of DateTime::Event::Easter)
Message ID:
1421648962.5294.6.camel@jf-xubuntu
Le lundi 19 janvier 2015 à 15:27 +1100, Rick Measham a écrit :
> On 16-Jan-15 07:53, Jean Forget wrote:
> > I have noticed that your module has not been updated till 2004.
> 
> Hi everyone! Happy DateTime->now() to you all.
> 
> As Jean pointed out above, I have not done much on DateTime in quite a 
> while. I don't play much in perl any more, but remain proud of the work 
> I have done in the past and the DateTime project overall.
> 
> I have a number of modules I'm the maintainer for. Some of them are 
> useful, others are .. less so.
> 
> If you have the willingness, skill and experience I'm more than happy to 
> put any of these up for adoption.
> * DateTime::Format::Baby
> * DateTime::Format::Duration
> * DateTime::LazyInit
> * DateTime::TimeZone::LMT
> 
> I wrote the original DateTime::Format::Strptime that is now maintained 
> by Dave Rolsky and have just made Jean the (co)maintainer of 
> DateTime::Event::Easter, so if you want to work on either of those, 
> please speak to those gentlemen.
> 
> Regards,
> - Rick
> 
Even if it is a "less useful" module, I volunteer to maintain
DateTime::Format::Baby (in addition to DT::E::Easter).

For the other modules, you can give co-maintenance status to
ADOPTME, as explained in
http://neilb.org/2013/08/07/adoptme.html
So it can appear in http://neilb.org/adoption/
and reach a bigger audience than the DateTime mailing-list.

Best regards,

Jean Forget



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