It is hosted in open SkyWalking too, same as old SkyWalking repositories. I think ICLA is enough.
---Original--- From: "Willem Jiang"<willem.ji...@gmail.com> Date: Tue, Mar 13, 2018 15:42 PM To: "???? Sheng Wu"<wu.sh...@foxmail.com>; Cc: "ningjiang"<ningji...@apache.org>;"mck"<m...@apache.org>;"John D. Ament"<email@example.com>;"lukehan"<luke...@apache.org>; Subject: Re: SkyWalking Podling Report - March 2018 If we move the code of C# agent to Apache, we may need to submit SGA and iCLA, am I right? Willem Jiang Blog: http://willemjiang.blogspot.com (English) http://jnn.iteye.com (Chinese) Twitter: willemjiang Weibo: ????willem On Tue, Mar 13, 2018 at 3:08 PM, ???? Sheng Wu <wu.sh...@foxmail.com> wrote: > Hi John > > > IP Clearance is an on going thing for podlings. So while it is required > for graduation, it's not an expected short term deliverable. If you have > other items for graduation, I would recommend those instead of IP > Clearance. > > Add one more, "5.x releases are stable for product, and have an open end > user case, at least." > > > This is a link to an external resource, and will set off red flags. Can > this be tracked somewhere under the Apache area on github? > > More discussions are in gitter and that external github repo. I am helping > the guys for the first prototype work out. > So, after I make sure they have enough capabilities(most it means enough > time) to finish it, I will suggest they start their works in Apache area. > Is this OK? > > > > ------------------ > *Sheng Wu* > Apache SkyWalking creator and PPMC member > > > > ------------------ Original ------------------ > *From: * "John D. Ament"<johndam...@apache.org>; > *Date: * Mon, Mar 12, 2018 07:12 PM > *To: * "mck"<m...@apache.org>; > *Cc: * "dev"<firstname.lastname@example.org>; "lukehan"<luke...@apache.org>; > "ningjiang"<ningji...@apache.org>; > *Subject: * Re: SkyWalking Podling Report - March 2018 > > Some comments from me (since you sent it my way): > > On Mon, Mar 12, 2018 at 1:15 AM mck <m...@apache.org> wrote: > > > > > > This email was sent by an automated system on behalf of the Apache > > > Incubator PMC. It is an initial reminder to give you plenty of time to > > > prepare your quarterly board report. > > > > > > The third report for SkyWalking has been written up. > > https://wiki.apache.org/incubator/March2018 > > > > Luke and William: your sign-off on the report is required. > > > > Thanks goes to Sheng for writing up the draft of this, understanding what > > was involved, and passing it on to me to check and add anything further. > > > > === > > SkyWalking > > > > Skywalking is an APM (application performance monitor), especially for > > microservice, Cloud Native and container-based architecture systems. Also > > known as a distributed tracing system. It provides an automatic way to > > instrument applications: no need to change any of the source code of the > > target application; and an collector with an very high efficiency > streaming > > module. > > > > SkyWalking has been incubating since 2017-12-08. > > > > Three most important issues to address in the move towards graduation: > > > > 1. IP clearance. > > 3. First ASF release. (SkyWalking 5.0) > > 3. Further ASF culture and processes. > > > > IP Clearance is an on going thing for podlings. So while it is required > for graduation, it's not an expected short term deliverable. If you have > other items for graduation, I would recommend those instead of IP > Clearance. > > > > > > Any issues that the Incubator PMC (IPMC) or ASF Board wish/need to be > > aware of? > > > > Recheck the Apache recommend way, when our plugin related to some GPL > > library. > > Make those plugins optional seems good enough. > > > > Can you reword this as "Looking for input on how to develop/release our > plugins that rely on GPL libraries, is making those plugins optional good > enough?" or something to that effect. > > > > > > > > How has the community developed since the last report? > > > > Improved understanding of the release process way of the Apache. And > > prepare for the first release. > > > > A C# agent proposed by .NET community has started ( > > https://github.com/OpenSkywalking/skywalking-csharp) > > After it release, will make SkyWalking can support multi languages. > > Some discussions about golang and Nodejs server are on going. > > > > > This is a link to an external resource, and will set off red flags. Can > this be tracked somewhere under the Apache area on github? > > > > > > How has the project developed since the last report? > > > > Code wise the project has good momentum. > > There has been ~44 pull requests opened and accepted, and 103 commits, > > by 7 contributors in the last month. > > > > > > How would you assess the podling's maturity? > > Please feel free to add your own commentary. > > > > [X] Initial setup > > [X] Working towards first release > > [ ] Community building > > [ ] Nearing graduation > > [ ] Other: > > > > Date of last release: > > > > 5.0.0-alpha is currently in progress. One attempt was made and put into > > the staging repository, > > only a minor issue blocked the test build announcement email going out. > > > > When were the last committers or PPMC members elected? > > > > Hongtao Gao (PPMC) > > Sheng Wu (PPMC) > > Shinn Zhang (PPMC) > > Yongsheng Peng (PPMC) > > === > > > > regards, > > Mick > > > >