Zombie sounds about accurate to me, we still use it but it's done what
we've needed it to do for quite a few years so we haven't bothered to
make any changes to it. We don't have a lot of incentive to encourage
other people to use it, especially at this point. If someone is
interested in making improvements they're more than welcome to do so,
it's all pretty much github based these days so accepting pull
requests, adding contributors and updating the site is very easy.
That said, I'm still using MochiKit where it makes sense. Preferably
in conjunction with jQuery. Would be nice to eventually package up
MochiKit into separate pieces that glue better into jQuery in some
ways. But the custom packaging solution we have right now also allows
to strip out some obvious duplicated stuff...
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Since this issue comes up every year or so, I think there should be a
simple explanation on the website homepage, something like:
MochiKit is considered "feature complete" at version 1.4, and is
therefore not in active development. It simply does what we have
needed it to do for quite a few years so we haven't bothered to make
any major changes to it. Contributions and improvements are welcome