I see at https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Developers/Maintainers
Thanks for the link! A lot of useful information.
that user:SPQRobin is listed as a maintainer, so it might help to ping him on that task.
I do not think he will help me. He is not active since 2015.
However , as I mentioned before, and Before you ping anyone, I strongly suggest that you improve the task’s description, because it currently includes a link to an example that is no longer accurate and for a user who hasn’t edited in ~4 years
Yes, useful advice, I’ll see, but I don’t think it’s possible to expand it too much.
(And you can see at that link, a rough list of how many extensions/code-areas the movement has to support, which are all important to some group of users. Some of those extensions/code-areas are very complex. More help is always needed. (and sometimes angry editors can demoralize the existing volunteer-devs and staff-devs so much that it can lead to them quitting.) It’s a bunch of hard problems. HTH.
Why do you add all this, if there are no resources to support it? You start to develop some new solutions when the old ones are junk. In a year, the same thing will happen with new solutions.