Yugui,

As I said in a previous thread, I would like to volunteer to maintain
delegate.rb. I'd also like to volunteer to maintain ostruct.rb.

-- Yehuda

Yehuda Katz
Developer | Engine Yard
(ph) 718.877.1325


2009/11/12 Yugui (Yuki Sonoda) <yugui / yugui.jp>

> I'm sorry for my closing the maintainer confirmation process so late.
> [ruby-core:25764].
> I've updated the list of maintainers.
> * http://redmine.ruby-lang.org/wiki/ruby/Maintainers
>
> As a result of the process, I confirmed that some of libraries have had
> no maintainer and that some of maintainers want to release their
> maintainership.
>
> Now we can start the maintainer election process which was mentioned in
> [ruby-core:26147].
>
> == lib/English.rb
> It has had no maintainer but it has not been modified since 2004. The
> maintainer of it is probably unnecessary. The core team can fix it when
> its bug is found.
>
> == lib/abbrev.rb
> It has been maintained by Akinori MUSHA. But he did not declair his
> maintainership in the process. Akinori, would you release the
> maintainership?
>
> == lib/base64.rb in Ruby 1.8 series.
> It has had no maintainer but its major part has not been modified since
> 2004. The maintainer of it is probably unnecessary.
> A submaintainer is possibly wanted.
>
> == lib/benchmark.rb
> GOTO Kentaro has been the maintainer but he did not reply to the
> confirmation process.
> Kentaro, would you release the maintainership?
>
> == lib/complex.rb in Ruby 1.8 series.
> Keiju ISHITSUKA has been the maintainer but he did not declare
> maintainership. Keiju, would you release your maintainership of it?
>
> == lib/cmath.rb in Ruby 1.9 series.
> same as lib/complex.rb.
> Keiju, would you release your maintainership of it?
>
> == lib/debug.rb
> It has had no maintainer. A maintainer is wanted.
>
> == lib/delegate.rb
> It has had no maintainer. A maintainer is wanted.
>
> == lib/fileutils.rb
> It has had no maintainer. A maintainer is wanted.
>
> == lib/find.rb
> It has had no maintainer but it has been stable. A submaintainer is
> possibly necessary.
>
> == lib/finalize.rb in Ruby 1.8 series
> It has had no maintainer but it has not been modified since 2006.
> The maintainer of it is probably unnecessary.
>
> == lib/ftools.rb on Ruby 1.8 series.
> WATANABE Hirofumi released the maintainership.
>
> It remains just for backward compatibility to Ruby 1.6.
> The maintainer is not necessary. A submaintainer is possibly necessary.
>
> == lib/getoptlong.rb
> It has had no maintainer but it remains just for backward compatibility
> to Ruby 1.6.
> The maintainer is not necessary. A submaintainer is possibly necessary.
>
> == lib/jcode.rb
> It has had no maintainer but it has not been modified since 2006.
> The maintainer of it is probably unnecessary.
>
> == lib/mkmf.rb
> It has had no maintainer. A maintainer is wanted.
>
> == lib/net/http, lib/net/http
> Minero Aoki has been the maintainer of them. But he did not reply to the
> confirmation process and I know he is very busy.
>
> A new maintainer is wanted.
>
> == lib/net/pop
> same as net/http. A new maintainer is wanted.
>
> == lib/net/smtp
> same as net/http. A new maintainer is wanted.
>
> == lib/net/telnet
> Wakou AOYAMA has been the maintainer but he did not reply to the
> confirmation process and he has done nothing for seven years.
> A new maintainer is wanted.
>
> == lib/observer.rb
> It has had no maintainer but it has not been modified since 2005.
> A submaintainer is possibly necessary.
>
> == lib/open3.rb
> GOTO Kentaro has been the maintainer but he did not reply to the
> confirmation process.
> Kentaro, would you release the maintainership?
>
> == lib/ostruct.rb
> It has had no maintainer. A maintainer is wanted.
>
> == lib/parsearg.rb in Ruby 1.8 series
> It remains just for backward compatibility to Ruby 1.6.
>
> The maintainer is not necessary. A submaintainer is possibly necessary.
>
> == lib/ping.rb in Ruby 1.8 series
> It has had no maintainer but it has not been modified since 2006.
> The maintainer of it is probably unnecessary.
>
> == lib/profile.rb
> It has had no maintainer but is not being actively developed.
> A submaintainer is possibly necessary.
>
> == lib/profiler.rb
> It has had no maintainer but is not being actively developed.
> A submaintainer is possibly necessary.
>
> == lib/pstore.rb
> It has had no maintainer but is not being actively developed.
> A submaintainer is possibly necessary.
>
> == lib/racc, ext/racc (Racc runtime)
> Minero Aoki has been the maintainer. But he did not declare his
> maintainership in the process.
>
> On the other hand, Racc runtime is stable enough and is a part of Racc.
> I think it is good that a new submaintainer will fix minor bugs with
> keeping communication with Minero.
>
> What do you think, everyone?
>
> == lib/rake
> Jim Weirich has been the maintainer of it and he is developing Rake at
> github.
>
> He did not declare his maintainership in the process but he committed a
> new version of Rake into Ruby's repository on 25, Sep.
>
> I believe he will continue to maintain Rake. Right? < Jim
>
> == lib/rational.rb in Ruby 1.8 series
> same as lib/complex.rb
> Keiju, would you release your maintainership of it?
>
> == lib/rdoc
> Eric Hodel has been the maintainer.
>
> He did not declare his maintainership in the process but I believe he
> will continue to maintain Rdoc.
>
> Right? < Eric
>
> == lib/readbytes.rb
> It has had no maintainer but is not being actively developed.
> A submaintainer is possibly necessary.
>
> == lib/rexml
> Sean Russel has been the maintainer but he did not reply to the
> confirmation process.
>
> A new maintainer is wanted.
>
> == lib/rubygems
> Same as rdoc.
> Would you continue to maintain RubyGems, Eric? Right?
>
> == lib/rubyunit.rb
> Nathaniel Talbott released the maintainership. But this library does not
> need to be actively maintained. The maintainer of it is not necessary.
>
> A submaintainer is possibly wanted.
>
> == lib/runit.rb
> Same as rubyunit. A submaintainer is possibly wanted.
>
> == lib/tmpdir.rb
> WATANABE Hirofumi released the maintainership.
>
> It is not being actively developed. A submaintainer is possibly necessary.
>
> == lib/thread.rb
> It is not being actively developed. A submaintainer is possibly necessary.
>
> == lib/weakref.rb
> It has had no maintainer but it has not been modified since 2007. The
> maintainer of it is probably unnecessary.
>
> == lib/webrick
> GOTO Yuzo has been the maintainer but he wants to find another maintainer.
> A new maintainer is wanted.
>
> == lib/xmlrpc
> It has had no maintainer. A new maintainer is wanted.
>
> == lib/yaml, ext/syck
> Why the lucky stiff had been the maintainer until he disappeared.
> A new maintainer is wanted.
>
> == ext/Win32API
> WATANABE Hirofumi released the maintainership.
>
> == ext/bigdecimal
> Shigeo Kobayashi has been the maintainer. But he is little busy.
> Submaintainers are wanted.
>
> == ext/dbm, ext/gdbm, ext/sdbm
> Matz has been the maintainer. But he wants to find another maintainer.
> A new maintainer is wanted.
>
> == ext/dl
> Takaaki Tateishi has been the maintainer but he did not reply to the
> confirmation process and he has done nothing for 3 years.
>
> I believe now Aaron Patterson is the submaintainer of it.
>
> == ext/etc
> It has had no maintainer but has been maintained by Nobuyuki Nakada.
>
> A new maintainer is wanted. Would you become the maintainer, nobu?
>
> == etc/fcntl
> It has had no maintainer but is not being actively developed.
> A submaintainer is possibly necessary.
>
> == ext/mathn/complex
> Keiju is the maintainer of ext/mathn/rational. I believe he has
> maintainership of it too. Keiju, what do you think?
>
> == ext/openssl
> GOTO Yuzo has been the maintainer but he wants to find another maintainer.
> A new maintainer is wanted.
>
> == ext/pty
> It has had no maintainer. A new maintainer is wanted.
>
> == ext/ripper
> Same as net/http. A new maintainer is wanted.
>
> == ext/socket
> It has had no maintainer. A new maintainer is wanted.
>
> == ext/strscan
> Same as net/http. A new maintainer is wanted.
>
> == ext/zlib
> Katsuhiro Ueno released the maintainership. A new maintainer is wanted.
>
>
> Thanks,
> -- Yugui (Yuki Sonoda)  <yugui / yugui.jp>
>
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