Removing @since and @author from JavaDoc

Today I was polishing up the release for spludo and I removed all @author + @since tags from the javascript doc.

In first place, I thought I might keep them in. But, I was unsure about a good guideline how to keep them up to date.

Let's take for instance @since. What does this exactly mean. It may mean when the function or class was added. But what if the signature changed? Is this a different function or still the same? Are this still the same @authors?

I came to the conclusion that they are hard to maintain and git/subversion give me the info I need in a way more convenient way. So I removed them with this commit.

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@ 19 Sep 2010, Comments at Reddit & Hackernews