Jun 7th, 2019
- I was working on an open source project for school (https://github.com/stanglab/tbinge) that we (4 members) submitted. Myself and another guy did 98% of the work the others contributed to the documentation (outside of the codebase). Class is over now for many months and nobody has touched the code but one other member and I wish to keep it going.
- Do we downgrade the other two non-contributors from owner to contributor and take over maintaining the project but give them initial project credit?
- Do we shoot the other two non-contributors an email and inform them of our plans with the risk of a confrontation, a no, etc? For context, one member felt slighted by the direction the project took initially as the consensus was that writing this application in Java was the wrong call.
- Do we fork it? We risk causing confusion, etc. as the current implementation has 15+ snap users now.
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