Subject: Re: [boost] [units] Pull request and RFC: information unit definitions for Boost.Units
From: Edward Diener (eldiener_at_[hidden])
Date: 2014-08-21 09:49:36
On 8/21/2014 7:29 AM, Curdeius Curdeius wrote:
> Hi all,
> From: JÃ¼rgen Hunold <jhunold_at_gmx.eu>
>>>> I'd like to have a definite response on "go/no go" for maintainership
>>>> before I invest some of my scarce time on this.
>>> Go for it.
>> Thanks a lot.
>> Done. See https://github.com/boostorg/admin/issues/83 for my request.
>> Please bear with me as I want to check the current repository state first.
>> plan is to tackle the simple pull requests afterwards and then come back to
>> the features.
> Firstly, congratulations JÃ¼rgen!
> Secondly, a few days ago I have proposed myself to be a co-maintainer
> together with JÃ¼rgen (see the cite below), but have still no answer from
> the community.
> At least JÃ¼rgen is not against.
> So, I ask for a green light from the community to co-maintain Boost.Units.
Make an admin request for the library, which gives you write access if
> Hi all,
>> I considered proposing myself as a maintainer of Boost.Units for some
>> time, but considered too inexperienced to do it on my own.
>> Therefore I am happy that JÃ¼rgen proposed himself and I would like to help
>> him by being a co-maintainer if it is possible and needed.
>> As for me, I have been using the library for at least 3 years now and
>> would like to contribute to it.
>> For the moment, I mainly proposed small bug fixes to Boost libraries.
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