He seems pretty competent—the code was good, and Google turned up a few posts to the Linux kernel mailing list.
I figure almost anything is better than the shoddy job I’ve been doing, which has basically been to sit on the project and let patches fester in my inbox.
gtk-wimp kinda stemmed from another project of mine, and the person who took it over did an admirable job. This guy Mitch keeps almost-taking over another of mine, but he’s been pretty flaky so I’m a bit reluctant. It’d be rad if I could continue to start interesting projects and hand them off once they become less interesting.