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100+ Issues purged, new ownership? #5367

jakeNiemiec opened this Issue Sep 18, 2018 · 4 comments


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jakeNiemiec commented Sep 18, 2018

Over the past 2 hours, 100+ issues have been closed or locked with this text:

We don't have immediate plans to provide this. We are focused to fix some major UI bugs (that are majority of issues and PR's). But if you open a PR with unit tests, I will be glad to review and approve if everything is ok

In most cases, the content of the issue was ignored completely. (eg: requesting a demo for a confirmed bug that already had a demo: #4740)

Help needed:

Confirmed bugs:

Issues tied to open PRs:

This reverts all of the tagging and organising work from @alexweissman. All of this, plus accidental merges into master (#5307) make me wary of the new ownership. Was there an announcement I missed?


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jonahgreenthal commented Sep 18, 2018

Seconded. @pedrofurtado may have the best of intentions, but this really isn't an okay way to maintain a project.


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Chealer commented Oct 8, 2018

Thank you @jakeNiemiec. I looked at a random ticket, #4740 and while I won't comment on intentions, I fully agree with @jonahgreenthal about this being unaccceptable.

I'd like to add that in the case I personally witnessed, #4661, there was not even an explanatory comment, and there still is none 2 weeks after I asked, which is not just inappropriate, but downright insulting.

This is my last contribution to this project, and I no longer support Select2 in any way.


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karolyi commented Oct 16, 2018

Wow this was unexpected. So I guess select2 is no longer a viable option for HTML-supporting select widgets. At my first googling, came up as an alternative, but I'm open to suggestions. Anyone?


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Chealer commented Oct 16, 2018

@karolyi I haven't evaluated the situation in the last 2 years, but at least Chosen should be part of your consideration.

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