Status update from the import: 

du -hs .git

Could not import to github due to:

Delta compression using up to 4 threads.
Komprimiere Objekte: 100% (659268/659268), Fertig.
remote: fatal: pack exceeds maximum allowed size
fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly
error: pack-objects died of signal 13

Trying to look for checked in binaries and temp compile results and git-filter 
it as next step.


> On Monday, 19 September 2016, 22:28, Dennis E. Hamilton 
> <> wrote:
> > 
>>  -----Original Message-----
>>  From: Dennis E. Hamilton []
>>  Sent: Monday, September 19, 2016 13:05
>>  To:
>>  Subject: RE: [DISCUSS] Apache NetBeans Incubator Proposal
>>  There is a big difference between Apache OpenOffice and NetBeans.
>>  NetBeans, even with the NetBeans Platform, is a developer-facing
>>  project.  I presume that the cycle of learning and improvement out
>>  through the adopters and community for NetBeans is operating
>>  successfully and will thrive at Apache.  The 
> "eating-your-own-dogfood"
>>  principle seems to be well in hand [;<).
>>  There does need to be attention to infrastructure requirements.
>>  The initial committer list for Apache OpenOffice to enter incubation was
>>  entirely and publicly self-selected.  That means it includes, to this
>>  day, individuals who do not commit to the code but contribute, when
>>  still active, in other ways.  There are acute divisions between those
>>  who cannot and will not build the code, those who manage to build and
>>  run the code, and those who can do anything significant with the code
>>  and test their results.  That division is a tremendous challenge in the
>>  sustainability of Apache OpenOffice.
> [orcmid] 
> I should be clear that the acute division is with respect to capacity and 
> capabilities and also will.  I did not mean divison as some sort of dispute.
>>  Although the size of OpenOffice is daunting, that in itself is not a
>>  challenge to the ASF infrastructure.  The files in the Apache OpenOffice
>>  4.1.2 source release consist of
>>     1.43 GB (1,541,226,333 bytes) of text in
>>   60,955 files, in
>>    6,429 folders.
>>   - Dennis
> [ ... ]
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