Hi John, this report is something that anyone can fill, or it's
restricted to PMCs only?
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On Sun, Feb 11, 2018 at 2:28 PM, John D. Ament <johndam...@apache.org> wrote:
> If you don't want the podling to retire, the biggest impacting thing you can
> do is make sure a report is filed for the next reporting period.
> I believe without that, I can only assume that there's no interest in
> remaining as an Apache project.
> On 2018/02/02 19:45:22, Brandon Gulla <gulla.bran...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> While I am not a committer at the moment, having contributed to Myriad in
>> the early days, I am able to help review potential PRs and changes down the
>> On Fri, Feb 2, 2018 at 7:50 AM, Justin Mclean <jus...@classsoftware.com>
>> > Hi,
>> > > 1. Try to convince to Apache managers (I don't now the correct term)
>> > > for an exception to allow you accept commits from external
>> > > contributors (like me).
>> > All and any contributions are welcome, that is not he issue here. The
>> > board requires oversight of at least 3 (P)PMC members. For incubating
>> > project generally the committers are the PPMC.
>> > > 2. Follow your first proposal, create a new github organization, for
>> > > example (github.com/myriad) and working there.
>> > As the software is under the Apache license anyone can do this, you don't
>> > need to ask for permission.
>> > > Maybe in the future we can try go to Apache incubation again.
>> > And I’m sure the Apache incubator would welcome that.
>> > > I guess we are three people with interest into continue the project,
>> > > you, Juan P. and myself. From my side I am working in a local fork for
>> > > enhancing some stuff.
>> > Alternatively if the people above have contributed and promoted the
>> > project (I’m sorry but I don’t know the full history here) and the currenrt
>> > PPMC recognise that and votes you in as PPMC members then that may be
>> > enough to continue the project at Apache.
>> > Thanks.
>> > Justin