@MattIPv4 Tough topic of course.
First I personally was only talking about
cdnjs/new-website, for future development.
cdnjs/cdnjs is a whole other topic but I read somewhere that some kind of automated submission is being worked on already.
cdnjs/new-website in my opinion PR’s could get merged a lot faster, especially if it only includes website changes and not API changes that other tools/people might rely on.
Lately I have been active in the DEV.to Github project and if it only contains small changes or UI changes they give the code a general review from what I experienced, so they don’t pull it and give it a test. Of course on bigger changes they do.
They trust that if something is wrong it will be reported and fixed very soon. They are targeting developers (same as cdnjs) and mostly devs very quickly make Github issues.
Of course they have lots of tests that hopefully catch most errors, but not frontend HTML/CSS errors.
I just don’t want to contribute to cdnjs currently if I know that my PR will take 7 months to get merged.