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Subject: Re: [boost] Some statistics about the C++ 11/14 mandatory Boostlibraries
From: Ahmed Charles (acharles_at_[hidden])
Date: 2015-05-17 15:50:01

> On May 17, 2015, at 12:06 PM, Edward Diener <eldiener_at_[hidden]> wrote:
>>> The "community maintenance model" is already in full force. We could easily assign all unmaintained libraries to the CMT, but whether that will have any appreciable effects is another story. It's not like there are tons of people who are both qualified and willing to maintain and we're stopping them.
>> So, let's say I want to be the maintainer for dynamic_bitset, what's the process for doing that? Who do I ask?
> You go to Boostorg / admin on Github ( ) and you create a new issue asking to have admin ( or write ) access to the boostorg / dynamic_bitset repository.
> Unfortunately whoever usually deals with admin "issues" does not seem to be responding to them lately.

This is my overall point, it seems. The administration of boost seems to be understaffed or overwhelmed or both.

Until that is fixed, I think Peter's assertion that people aren't being stopped, isn't true, since they can't effectively become part of the process.

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