I am very excited that the mailing list has almost reached 1,000
members, but the downside is that I can no longer guarantee a response
to all questions sent to the list (I'd managed to do that previously,
even if it could take some time). I really want to provide excellent
support to ggplot2, but I also need to work on the next thing that's
going to be even better than ggplot2.
The ggplot2 community is a fantastic resource and I really don't think
I'm needed that much anyway ;) I'll still keep an eye on the mailing
list, noting bugs and answering questions that no one else can, but
I'd like to encourage everyone on the list to actively take part and
help out. If you're still learning ggplot2, and want to contribute,
the easiest way is to help others generate minimal reproducible
I'd also like to get a few more volunteers to become mailing list
administrators to help spread some of the spam prevention load -
please email me off list if you are interested.
Thanks for helping to make ggplot2 so successful!
Assistant Professor / Dobelman Family Junior Chair
Department of Statistics / Rice University
One question though: If we were to migrate
ggplot2 to a stack format, should we use stack overflow
itself, or propose a new stack via Area51
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