Subject: Re: [boost] 5 Observations - My experience with the boost libraries
From: Tom Brinkman (reportbase2007_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-03-24 15:28:28
What exactly is the policy on library ownership. I forgot. What does
the boost license say anyways. Does it say somewhere that a library
is 'owned' by an individual and not by boost.
Why cant anyone on the approved boost developer list make changes to
any of the libraries they want.
There is a audit trail, it could be subsequently removed, if warrented.
On Wed, Mar 24, 2010 at 12:20 PM, Nelson, Erik - 2
> Jim Bosch wrote:
>>I don't know how formal it should be, but I think having a way for a
> maintainer to admit that they've mostly moved on might be a good thing.
> Is there some 'activity metric' or some other way of measuring if the
> library is being maintained or neglected? That might be a way to
> programmatically show volunteers where attention is needed even in the
> absence of the maintainer admitting they've moved on.
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