[darcs-users] darcswatch still useful?
mail at joachim-breitner.de
Wed Feb 18 09:49:48 UTC 2015
Dear xmonad and darcs communities,
many years ago¹ I created a service called darcswatch, which tracks the
state of submitted darcs patches, by watching the mailinglists and
repositories. It has been running since then at
I have not actively used it myself since at least 4 years, and the last
patches are from 2011. It still works, but also not always, i.e. it
seems to miss some patches it cannot parse.
As far as I know, the darcs and xmonad projects were the only that
somewhat actively use(d) it.
So I wonder: Is there a point in keeping it alive? Is there maybe even
someone interested in taking over? Or can I just silently pull the plug?
¹ almost seven, actually:
That was when GitHub was not ubiquitous and still many projects were
Joachim “nomeata” Breitner
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