The Nuke extension is an anti-abuse tool that is used in the recovery efforts post abuse incident. It currently lacks Code Stewardship and recently surfaced as part of Task T212690.
Number, severity, and age of known and confirmed security issues
Was it a cause of production outages or incidents? List them.
Does it have sufficient hardware resources for now and the near future (to take into account expected usage growth)?
Is it a frequent cause of monitoring alerts that need action, and are they addressed timely and appropriately?
Yes as of late. It's recently been at the root on DBQueryTimeoutError on Wikidata
When it was first deployed to Wikimedia production
Usage statistics based on audience(s) served
only used by sysops as part of abuse cleanup
Changes committed in last 1, 3, 6, and 12 months
Reliance on outdated platforms (e.g. operating systems)
Number of developers who committed code in the last 1, 3, 6, and 12 months
1:0, 3:0, 6:2, 12:2
Number and age of open patches
Number and age of open bugs
Number of known dependencies?
Is there a replacement/alternative for the feature? Is there a plan for a replacement?
Nuke's capabilities could be transferred into other abuse tools, but currently is the only source for its capabilities.
Submitter's recommendation (what do you propose be done?)
Per a discussion with @Krinkle, it is recommended that this extension remain deployed and found a Code Steward.