IMPORTANT: A discussion of DBIC governance and future development

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IMPORTANT: A discussion of DBIC governance and future development

Renvoize, Martin
+1 for the DBIC2 namespace and the split being original stable dbic on the primary space.

I think this give's the most stability to the users, and at the same time give the development team the most space for innovating into new and exciting area's should they wish to.  Seems like a win-win to me!  Stable, performance and bug fix related releases on original DBIC along with a stable api upon which plugins and the current ecosystem should all continue to work.  New exiting features, possible non-backcompat api changes and experimentation on the new dbic2 namespace.

So yes, +1 from me for this split approach!

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Re: IMPORTANT: A discussion of DBIC governance and future development

Alexander Hartmaier

And you think that when there are not even enough contributors for DBIC itself that will get better when there are two project instead of just one?

I doubt that...


On 2016-10-24 08:23, Renvoize, Martin wrote:
+1 for the DBIC2 namespace and the split being original stable dbic on the primary space.

I think this give's the most stability to the users, and at the same time give the development team the most space for innovating into new and exciting area's should they wish to.  Seems like a win-win to me!  Stable, performance and bug fix related releases on original DBIC along with a stable api upon which plugins and the current ecosystem should all continue to work.  New exiting features, possible non-backcompat api changes and experimentation on the new dbic2 namespace.

So yes, +1 from me for this split approach!

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