- Maintaining it will steal time from features development. - We need to update it for every new version of Django, that makes it impossible to pass tests in every version. - Tests that fail are usually unrelated to django-uni-form, they don't point bugs. - If people want to explain a new feature they want to include, they can use pseudo code or explain themselves. If we don't get what they want to do, then I would be worried. - Test projects are not documentation, they are code. We better have a examples section within docs. - Test projects are for apps that need them to do the testing, we have an isolated testing suite.
…and adding in the test template directory into the MANIFEST.in file