[pytest-dev] Looking for additional maintainers for pytest plugins

Jim Brännlund jimbrannlund at fastmail.com
Fri Nov 30 18:32:05 EST 2018

Dave, Ana

Re. pytest-html, maybe you and I can team-up Ana?

I was telling Dave that I'm comfortable handling the "maintainer duties"
for pytest-html but no so much the technical aspects. Even tho I have
contributed some small bits here and there.

  Jim Brännlund
  jimbrannlund at fastmail.com

On Fri, Nov 30, 2018, at 9:36 PM, Dave Hunt wrote:
> Thanks Ana! I’m not going away entirely, so I’d be happy to help
> anyone taking on a maintainer role. I may just turn off the Github
> notifications at some point, so that I only get email when I’m
> mentioned. :)> 
>> On 30 Nov 2018, at 19:51, Ana Ribeiro
>> <aninhacostaribeiro at gmail.com> wrote:>> 
>> Hi Dave,
>> I probably have technical knowledge for Pytest-HTML, but I never
>> mantained a popular technical project before. I would be willing to
>> help mantain Pytest-HTML if you could help me for the first weeks.>> 
>> Cheers,
>> Ana
>>> Em 30 de nov de 2018, à(s) 16:41, Brian Okken
>>> <variedthoughts at gmail.com> escreveu:>>> 
>>> Dave, Jim,
>>> Would you want this need mentioned on either Test & Code or Python
>>> Bytes podcast?>>> 
>>> I don’t have bandwidth to help out, but perhaps some listeners do.
>>> But I don’t want to mention if you’d rather I didn’t.>>> 
>>> - Brian
>>> On Nov 30, 2018, at 11:15 AM, Dave Hunt <dhunt at mozilla.com> wrote:
>>>> Due to a change in my role, I’m no longer going to be able to spend
>>>> as much time as I have with maintaining the plugins listed below.
>>>> The maintenance burden is very light, and releases are handled
>>>> through Travis CI. I’ve already had some excellent help from Jim
>>>> Brännlund (BeyondEvil), and have added him as a developer to a few
>>>> of these. I’d appreciate any additional help from the community to
>>>> support these plugins, and if you’re aware of somebody who would
>>>> like to contribute please point them in my direction.>>>> 
>>>> https://github.com/pytest-dev/pytest-base-url - A very small
>>>> plugin, no commits in over a year>>>> https://github.com/pytest-dev/pytest-selenium - Jim is a developer,
>>>> and helps out a lot with this one, he's taken care of much of the
>>>> recent development and responding to issues>>>> https://github.com/pytest-dev/pytest-html - This is probably the
>>>> most popular plugin I’ve been maintaining, and I think there’s a
>>>> lot of potential for enhancements (great ideas already in the
>>>> tracker)>>>> https://github.com/pytest-dev/pytest-metadata - Split off as a
>>>> dependency for pytest-html, relatively small plugin and minimal
>>>> maintenance needs. Jim is a developer for this plugin too>>>> https://github.com/pytest-dev/pytest-variables - Another small
>>>> plugin with very few maintenance needs>>>> https://github.com/pytest-dev/pytest-repeat - I don’t really
>>>> maintain this one currently, but feel that it’s worth mentioning
>>>> because I was one of the early contributors>>>> 
>>>> I’m happy to answer any questions, and keen to hear any suggestions
>>>> for handling any handover>>>> 
>>>> I’m sure these are in safe hands, and I will continue to use them
>>>> myself, and promote the use of them to others!>>>> 
>>>> Cheers,
>>>> Dave
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