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dagobah is an awesome RSS feed aggregator & reader written in Go inspired by planet
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Please revise the logo to follow the guidelines in the Go brand book https://golang.org/s/brandbook.
Specifically, the Go logo should not be a part of your project logo. This is to avoid any implication that it is an official Go project.
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I (obviously) started Cobra as part of Hugo. It has since taken a life of it's own, being used in most critical cloud infrastructure tools.
In my current role as the product and strategy lead of Go, I regret that I don't have a lot of time to code, ironically. When I do have time I often build projects using Cobra and try to keep it up a bit. That's not very often.
One of the challenges of so much adoption is a mistake becomes multiplied exponentially. Cobra seems to be working quite well for a lot of projects. I'm very resistant to merge in anything that isn't very clearly an isolated bug fix, for fear of breaking too many projects.
However, I do have some thoughts on going forward with this in a way that is better for everyone. A large amount of my time has been working on Go modules. Once fully adopted it dramatically reduces the potential for a break the world incident and there are mechanisms to roll back to earlier releases easily. I'd love to issue a 1.0 release soon. We've already largely committed to no breaking changes because of adoption, we might as well formalize it. Then we can progressively start working through the backlog of PRs and issue patch releases as appropriate.
As the replies above show, there's a lot of busy people on this project. I really hope someone will take an interest in it and help. I'd gladly give maintainer access to anyone who wants to help. The key is to tread lightly and step forward slowly. As long as that's followed I think we'd all appreciate help.
On Wed, Sep 11, 2019 at 4:11 PM Bjørn Erik Pedersen < email@example.com> wrote:
My involvement in this and many other projects limits itself mostly to issues that hurt/benefit me. That is the time I have to spend.
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