In case "migration" is a confusing term for what I'm proposing, I'm proposing that the astralway maintainers (of which, I am one) donate these repos to Apache Fluo to maintain. The question here is essentially: is the Apache Fluo community (of which, I am also one) willing to accept these contributions?
On Wed, Mar 7, 2018 at 3:13 PM Christopher <ctubb...@apache.org> wrote: > For much of Fluo's early life, it was hosted at https://github.com/fluo-io > As many will be aware, this was renamed to https://github.com/astralway to > satisfy concerns about trademark use during Fluo's transition through the > Apache Incubator. > > The astralway repo still contains some Fluo-related code repositories > (developer tools and examples), which I think should be migrated over now > that Fluo is an established top-level project and can organize itself into > multiple repos. > > Specifically, I'd like to: > > 1. put in a request to INFRA to migrate uno and muchos (fluo-uno and > fluo-muchos, respectively; their names don't really need to change in our > everyday usage... just the repo names). > 2. create a fluo-examples repository to contain phrasecount, webindex, and > stresso (and maybe quickstart, if that is still relevant) > > Initially none of these repos would be "released", since they are really > just developer tools not intended for general use or (in the case of the > examples) closer to documentation. But, we could vote on releases at some > point in the future. > > Please let me know if there's any objections to this community taking over > those repos formally. (If this happens, those of us maintaining astralway > can shut that down.) >