Would help (especially for those who don't have prior history with apache
projects) to have a wiki containing a checklist of things prior to a +1 for
a release candidate
On Tue, Sep 20, 2016 at 9:20 AM, Ed Espino <esp...@apache.org> wrote:
> Thanks for your guidance on this Roman. I couldn't agree more that the IP
> responsibility falls on all members of the Apache HAWQ incubator
> community. Especially for this initial "IP" focused release, it isn't
> enough to give "+1" based on building and testability. Additionally, it
> goes beyond the LICENSE and NOTICE files. The ASF compliance review
> process applies to every single file included in the project (now and in
> the future).
> Justin shared a variant of a script (important function is search_all in
> tarball attached) he uses for IP review of a project. We can add it to the
> project's wiki for others to possibly use. The volume of output is large.
> It gives a sense of the scope of the IP review process we own as a
> On Tue, Sep 20, 2016 at 8:15 AM, Roman Shaposhnik <ro...@shaposhnik.org>
>> given the latest round of IP related issues with the
>> RC I'm wondering whether the community members
>> who voted on the release have given a carful look to
>> LICENSE and NOTICE files.
>> Remember, guys -- this is NOT a job of IPMC, Justin,
>> myself or any other mentors to make sure that your
>> project doesn't violate licensing requirements. It is
>> YOUR job. More specifically it is a job for a future
>> PMC of Apache HAWQ (after graduation) and I surely
>> hope most of you will end up on that PMC.
>> And yes it means that you do have that additional responsibility
>> that has little to do with writing code and everything to do with
>> pretending to be a lawyer. This is just how responsible open
>> source works.
>> Please let me know if you need any guidance on how
>> to approach reviewing LICENSE and NOTICE files.
> *Ed Espino*
> *esp...@apache.org <esp...@apache.org>*