I’m totally lost.
@David_Keeney had a fork with upgrades to Python 3, which was good. So I was looking at working on that.
@chhenning then had a brand new repository with a lot of good stuff, which was good, but different - arguably a better, more modern approach - but not a fork. So I was looking at working on that.
Now we have official community forks, and their structures are different from the single repository @David_Keeney, @chhenning, and I agreed on. That’s fine, just another pivot. Now I’m looking at working on that. Is @David_Keeney merging his fork into that? What’s happening to @chhenning’s stuff? Are we using multiple repositories now, or is that still up in the air.
I’ll have to get caught up with the plan for those forks. I have no idea what to work on or where. It’s a little hard to track this plan on the forum in its current format. Wouldn’t the Github issue tracker and wiki be better to fold into, now that we have community forks? It’s hard to get into anything with this much volatility. Link to that/those in a pinned thread in the community fork forum?