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Jul
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comment How should you deal with a popular project that you no longer want to maintain?
+1 for these ideas. Include your monthly "bill" you would charge if you were doing this for somebody commercially. Then say to your users they could pool in and hire a maintainer from that point on. Hell, maybe you can even apply for the position then :)
Jul
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comment How should you deal with a popular project that you no longer want to maintain?
@kyralessa I saw this on Ars Technica, and I wanted to get here and say "pull a google" :)
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answered How to tell client I no longer want to work on his project
Jan
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comment When should I make the first commit to source control?
@KendallFrey Yes, I'm aware of that. But this was my attempt at comically answering that the OP should commit at all four points (which none of the answers I saw commented on) and a lot of times in between.
Jan
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comment When should I make the first commit to source control?
I would probably rephrase this question to "How many commits per hour is not too rare?".
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