Subject: Re: [boost] The Community Maintenance Team proposal accepted
From: Klaim - JoÃ«l Lamotte (mjklaim_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-12-19 16:19:16
I was reading the Review Wizard report and was wondering:
> The following libraries have been accepted to Boost, but have not yet
> been submitted to SVN:
> * Constrained Value - accepted September 2010; author: Robert Kawulak.
This library is not in the initial list of suggested libraries to be
maintained by the CMT, which is normal as it is not yet part of the boost
However, I wonder if such edge case would be part of the CMT mission? An
accepted library is basically an almost acceptable/complete version of the
which mean that the code under review could be enhanced with whatever
requests but managed by the CMT.
I'm not sure it's really the role of the CMT to "save" such orphaned too
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