Almost four years ago, Code Review community went to GitHub. In these past four years, what have we accomplished with this GitHub community?
There are five repositories in the community, four if you don't count the github.io repository.
There's been a few requests about people wanting to join. The two recent requests in the past two years (yay, activity!) have been declined because the users aren't very active on Code Reivew Stack Exchange, and because the GitHub organization haven't really gotten a purpose. There has also been a more meta-issue opened about letting people join.
See also the chat transcript from two years ago where we discussed this GitHub organization.
Given the low activity of our GitHub community, what should we do with it?
- Abandon the GitHub community and just let everyone have their own personal GitHub profile? (which I know are much more active than the shared Code Review one).
- Just keep the GitHub community to gather everyone, but without having any real repositories so that it's easy to find other Code Review community members? Is it hard to find members on GitHub today? Stack Exchange has a specific "GitHub profile" field in user profiles.
- Use it for things like Frequently posted reviews and Frequently posted comments?
- Put up a lot of stuff there? (What?)
- Other suggestions?