I know the board discourages including the mailing list stats, but they’re not too shabby. Especially the subscriber count. Worth mentioning email activity even if you skip the numbers.
- email@example.com: - 467 subscribers (up 43 in the last 3 months): - 615 emails sent to list (504 in previous quarter) - iss...@arrow.apache.org: - 6 subscribers (up 0 in the last 3 months): - 399 emails sent to list (338 in previous quarter) > On Oct 12, 2016, at 11:44 PM, Uwe Korn <uw...@xhochy.com> wrote: > > See inline comments. > > > On 13.10.16 03:09, Jacques Nadeau wrote: >> Hey Guys, any feedback on the Arrow report? >> >> ## Description: >> Arrow is a columnar in-memory analytics layer designed to accelerate big >> data. >> It houses a set of canonical in-memory representations of flat and >> hierarchical >> data along with multiple language-bindings for structure manipulation. It >> also >> provides IPC and common algorithm implementations. >> >> ## Issues: >> >> - There are no issues requiring board attention at this time. >> >> ## Activity: >> - Arrow made its first release. >> - In preparation of the release, multiple discussions were focused on >> formalizing various Arrow specification details. >> - Discussion was good and we reworked some integration to invert the >> dependency model between the Parquet project and the Arrow project. >> - A new Arrow file format was defined and implemented in both Java and C++. > Also available in Python. Although just a small layer on top of C++, still > worth mentioning. >> - Community members covered Arrow at multiple conferences including Strata >> NYC. >> - Arrow <> Parquet interchange has been made available in both Java and >> C++. > Where does the Java implementation of the Parquet interchange live? >> - The new Arrow file format is planned to be used to move forward on both >> cross-language IPC implementations and enabling cross-language >> compatibility >> tests. >> >> ## Health report: >> - The first release is a good step in engaging a broader range of >> contributors >> and users. Having bits for use, albeit alpha, allows us to engage a wider >> range of engineers. >> - We need to continue to add new examples and more documentation to better >> describe how to use and extend Arrow. >> >> ## PMC changes: >> >> - Currently 17 PMC members. >> - No new PMC members added in the last 3 months >> - Last PMC addition was Abdel Hakim Deneche on Tue Jan 19 2016 >> >> ## Committer base changes: >> >> - Currently 20 committers. >> - No new committers added in the last 3 months >> - Last committer addition was Ippokratis Pandis at Thu Feb 18 2016 >> >> ## Releases: >> >> - 0.1.0 was released on Wed Oct 12 2016 >> >> ## JIRA activity: >> >> - 95 JIRA tickets created in the last 3 months >> - 73 JIRA tickets closed/resolved in the last 3 months > Uwe