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Remove iris from listing #1135

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dlsniper commented Oct 15, 2016

Based on previous issues such as [1] and [2] as well as still not accepting
open-source contributions, flattening contributions, closing PRs from users,
editing issues, breaking changes very often and overall poor leadership of
the project this PR removes the iris as a project from this listing.

Thank you.

[1] julienschmidt/httprouter#148
[2] julienschmidt/httprouter#160

Remove iris from listing
Based on previous issues such as [1] and [2] as well as still not accepting
open-source contributions, flattening contributions, closing PRs from users,
editing issues, breaking changes very often and overall poor leadership of
the project this PR removes the iris as a project from this listing.

[1] julienschmidt/httprouter#148
[2] julienschmidt/httprouter#160

@kirillDanshin kirillDanshin merged commit 6f10b33 into avelino:master Oct 16, 2016

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kirillDanshin commented Oct 16, 2016

fuck.
again?
steals code, editing git history etc. now he removed third-party's licenses. removing it until he understand that third-party's code never stop being third-party's code and can't be stolen and that editing git history to be only contributor while closing users' pull requests is really bad idea. Hope it's temporary.

@kataras FYI.

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