tween.js is terribly popular despite being overwhelmingly simple and underpowered compared to other more awesome and batteries-included animation toolkits as CreateJS.
Yet it's only me being the maintainer... or, let's face it, the bottleneck, as I've been terribly busy with other matters these last months. I feel like I'm doing a disservice to the community by letting it stagnate, and that's awful.
But I also need to be realistic that I just don't have the time to maintain it.
The fact that it is under my "name" in github (github.com/sole/tween.js) doesn't make it any more inviting for other people to feel a sense of ownership either, and I always felt bad when people said "tween.js by sole" because there has been a ton more of contributions by very talented people, and I never wanted to take their credit.
So I've decided to move tween.js to its own organisation to reflect the fact that it is a community project, not just sole's project. Starting today, github.com/sole/tween.js is no longer the home of tween.js---it is github.com/tweenjs/tween.js.
It goes without saying that I am looking for people who want to actively contribute to tween.js. Ping me if you're interested. Fame, glory, and my and the community's eternal gratitude as perks.
The other good thing of moving to an organisation is that we can now have related projects living under the same roof. For example, a potential ES6-based version of tween.js.
I also found yesterday that for some reason I hadn't got new issue notifications from github for the last two or three months, so there was a bunch of new issues waiting on me to take action. I am sorry about this too, and will try to reply as fast as I can.
Thanks to everyone who uses tween.js or contributes to it!