[annotator-dev] One Annotator, Several Mailing Lists? [Was: Re: Lost in the "current" Annotator 1.2.9 - looking a "state-of-the-art" plugin]

Randall Leeds tilgovi at hypothes.is
Wed Jun 25 08:35:49 UTC 2014

It may be that we should have an announce list, though, if people want a
low traffic way to stay informed about releases.
On Jun 25, 2014 1:35 AM, "Randall Leeds" <tilgovi at hypothes.is> wrote:

> I don't find the traffic to be too heavy on this list but if we find it to
> be so we could do a -dev -user split, which is common.
> On Jun 25, 2014 1:28 AM, "Ernesto Torresin (ML)" <ewk-ml at connettivo.net>
> wrote:
>> On 25/06/2014 09:12, Randall Leeds wrote:
>> [...]
>> >> > The master branch has all reworked packaging and build.
>> >>
>> >> I switched back to the v1.2.x branch just because the changes in
>> >> architecture that are worked upon in the master branch were just
>> >> confusing me. Until a 2.x release comes, I'll study v1.2.9. I probably
>> >> just passed by at the wrong time; I want to stay tuned but Annotator is
>> >> not within the scope of my everyday activity, so I can sync with it
>> only
>> >> when I decide to stop doing other things, revise my JS books,
>> rediscover
>> >> the Firebug debugger and dive into your code.
>> >>
>> >> Thank you
>> >>
>> >
>> > Thanks for your patience!
>> >
>> Hey, why live in a valley of tears? I hope that "patience" won't be
>> recorded with dependencies in the package.json :-D !
>> I am using this list because I am not aware of any other ML dedicated to
>> the Annotator. Actually it sounds incorrect to me to use a *-dev mailing
>> list for setup issues like mine, and the ones of several other users here.
>> Actually, this mailing list is set up so that replies are addressed to
>> the original sender by default, and not to the list itself. IMHO this
>> may remove some traffic, but mixes things up. I cannot take the
>> attention of core developers for silly matters. I came with a simple
>> question like "what code should I read?" and I was answered by core
>> developers like Nick and Randall. This is just incredible to me, it is
>> like being helped by Dries Buytaert for setting up your LAMP. Nick,
>> Randall, you deserve more than this... :-))
>> So: I would say that the Annotator has a "core" part, and a "plugins"
>> ecosystem.
>> I *suppose* that it would be possible to split up this list in something
>> like
>>         annotator-core-dev
>>         annotator-plugins-dev
>>         annotator-support
>> Of course I'd then subscribe to "annotator-support" first.
>> I'm writing this mail because I expected to find a lot of discussion
>> about this matter within the >500 messages that I received since I
>> subscribed to this ML, but to my great surprise, I did not.
>> Thank you for reading so far.
>> Ernesto Torresin
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