Would you please share this on the list?
On Thursday, July 23, 2015, Volker Eckl <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Hi Adam,there are currently plans on deploying skin Blueprint on mediawiki.org. Besides my work on UI Standardization I'll also continue to work on Blueprint. Although UI Standardization is a "special case", formally we belong to Reading and therefore I think Blueprint should be on that list.Best,VolkerOn Mon, Jul 20, 2015 at 10:58 PM, Adam Baso <email@example.com> wrote:Hi all -I've been reviewing a list of extensions with Reading Engineering and Reading Infrastructure leads - props to James Forrester for promoting this discussion. Here's a list of extensions we believe currently falls under Reading for triage (n.b., not all extensions will get active development support).Presuming no major issues with this, I think we should move the page to mw:Reading/Extension_Responsibility.One important outstanding question:Is MultimediaViewer appropriate for Reading given its consumption-oriented nature? Or is this actually better suited to Editing (where there exists a team named Multimedia)?Some other notes:* For skins with low utilization, we in time probably should coordinate handover to interested community members (or discuss with community members practical approaches for EOL).* Regarding the Nostalgia skin, we believe it's only used on https://nostalgia.wikipedia.org/wiki/HomePage, so maintenance would be updating for breaking skin changes or security issues only.* JsonConfig, ZeroBanner, ZeroPortal - we'll need to examine this more closely. Yuri (who has deepest PHP knowledge on extensions) is now over in Discovery, Jeff (JS & Lua) is in Reading, and now I'm managing instead of writing lots of code.* Collection probably belongs in Services
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