Yeah theses days are a bit tense for me - I did switch countries and jobs as you mentioned, and my internet connectivity is spotty at best (I rely on 3g for the time being). I did miss the hackaton because of that :(
I want to clarify that I remain committed to this project however, and I will work through the pile of pull requests as fast as I can. I'm not sure about Divio's commitment, but I'll ask them directly.
As for the constraints, well... that's what they are unfortunately, so we'll try to expand the team if needed :)
Now, I'll get some time to do some stuff this afternoon/evening, so hopefully I can pull a few things into the barn.
On Mon, Dec 5, 2011 at 9:39 AM, Martin <martin.b...@googlemail.com> wrote: > Hi all, > > recently there have been loads of pull request piling up in the repository > and Tribaal seems to be too busy to keep up with everything in his new job / > new country (which is totally understandable!). > > Although I am a maintainer of django-shop and do actively develop two shops, > I am having the feeling that others have much more complex use cases for the > software than I do, thus I am constantly confronted with fancy feature > requests on IRC / this mailing list / in pull requests. > > I am quite good when it comes to codereviews and checking code for sanity > but some of the issues the shop faces recently need to be thought through > thoroughly, hopefully by more than just one person. > > Since Tribaal left Divio, I wonder if Divio still has any stakes in this > project? Is there someone at Divio replacing Tribaal for the django-shop > project? Does Divio even use this software and is Divio interested in the > success of this project? > > I think we have a small community here and it would be a shame if the shop > cannot be developed further fast enough due to time constraints of Tribaal > and myself. > > Any clarification would be greatly appreciated! > > Cheers, > M