Disband #ssb-js and move to #ssbc?
cc @arj @mixmix @Christian Bundy (probably not opening SSB anymore) and @SoapDog (Macbook Air) (ex-member of the org)
However, the governance of these repos was clearly dependent on Christian Bundy, since after he left, nothing has really changed. E.g. we were supposed to have different maintainers for specific repos every year, but the list got stuck with 2020 maintainers. It wasn't updated in 2021 and neither in 2022.
Without Christian Bundy, it doesn't seem like current org members are trying to actively aware of the governance rules and carrying them out. Then on the other hand,
ssbc seems to have more popularity and history, so people remember it more than they remember
ssb-js. Additionally, we have equally important JS repos under
ssbc and be surprised to not find
ssb-js repos to
ssbc and disband/delete
ssb-js. I find it valuable to centralize our libraries in one GH org, making it easier to create rules for one GH org than to manage multiple orgs, and making it easier to find libraries since there's just one search field.
What do ssb-js members say?