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Wanted to add myself to contributors list
This actually needs to be expanded to include other folks mentioned in the change log as well.
I reckong @norcross didn't consider people a contributor unless they did a substantial amount of work.
You're probably right, but it makes sense to me to encourage contributions to the project by way of simple kudos. All of you guys are doing great work in your free time for this open source project, and it is the least we (raventools) can do to say "thanks".
I mean, this graph already tells the "true" story. We could just link to that in the README. Of course by that measure, raventools shouldn't even be on the list. ;-)
@stephenyeargin Haha, yes. I guess that's correct. (Speaking of which @inetbiz , could you add a commit and change @Derkje-J to @SleeplessByte) ?
I think I've spotted the crux of it. See: http://wordpress.org/plugins/about/readme.txt and http://codex.wordpress.org/Writing_a_Plugin . The .txt version of it has to be in a specific format for our hosting the source code on WordPress Plugin Directory (namely, it doesn't use the GitHub username, but instead your other account on that site).
I think we should treat these two files as separate concerns (and it's a shame WordPress didn't call it something else or offer an alternative, such as package.xml, etc.). Added pull request.
@stephenyeargin Ok I think my user on wordpress.org is inetbizo
Who's the maintainer? Who's going to update? Should I change my commit?
In this case, I think we can close this pull request (without merge) and take a look at #89. The readme.txt file over there can be updated with the new identifiers.