Hey @Rudloff @Izzy @Licaon_Kter,
For about a year now I have been receiving pretty much every single action happening in the fdroid gitlab group via email. While that’s mostly been fun I’d like to step back from this a little. So I’ve just unsubscribed from general fdroiddata and rfp notifications.
I’ll still get notification for all issues I’m subscribed to and by pings.
The main reason for that change is mostly that recently I didn’t need to participate in a lot of fdroid data (and even more so rfp) at all because by the time I got to them they were already taken care of.
CC @relan @mimi89999
Edit: I hope that having to worry a bit less about fdroiddata stuff will give me some time/energy to work on some longstanding server issues.
Yes, please do tackle the server side, with @Izzy & @relan & @Rudloff metadata gets a lot of attention.
And be sure we’ll ping you anyway, for certain issues.
Just for orientation: when an RFP got into acceptable state (you know I check for description, prepare metadata and so on) for a “real developer”, whom shall I ping from it to signal that – or shouldn’t I ping at all unless it’s urgent? Recently I mostly tried to round-robin between you two, Relan and Rudloff (would leave you out now, Bubu). Let me know if I should change that. I could as well apply some label so “ready to go” stuff stands out in the issue listing.
metadata gets a lot of attention
Our handling of fdroiddata MRs leaves a lot to be desired, though.
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