Our recommended extensions must follow these rules:
One condition is:
Actively supported by one or several known persons (i.e. bugs get fixed in a timely manner, questions on the list are answered, releases are done regularly - several times per year)
This condition is pretty subjective and could me that a recommended extension that is working perfectly well in XWiki LTS+ but that hasn’t had any activity during the year would bet unrecommended, which I don’t find legit.
So I’m proposing to update that condition to the following:
- Consider the extension as active if:
- There have been no bug issue updated within the past rolling 365 days. JQL = `project = “xxx” AND updated >= -365d and type = Bug``
- Or there have been bug issue updated within the past rolling 365 days BUT there have also been issue fixed during those past 365 days. JQL =
project = "xxx" AND updated >= -365d and resolution = Fixed. Note: that we consider here that even if the closed issues are not bug one, it’s enough to justify that there’s been activity to the extension.
Please cast your vote.
Here’s my +1 to update the Recommended Extension accordingly.