+1. It's time to fly the nest.
On Wed, Apr 11, 2012 at 11:05 PM, Mattmann, Chris A (388J)
> [moving to giraph-dev@ and dropping general@incubator]
> Hey Owen,
> On Apr 11, 2012, at 9:44 PM, Owen O'Malley wrote:
>>> Looking at the report and recent project activity it looks like Giraph
>>> is doing pretty well. In fact I can't spot any obvious graduation
>>> blockers. Anything I'm missing? If not, have you already started
>>> preparing for graduation?
>> We haven't started yet, but I was thinking along similar lines. Should
>> I start a vote on the dev list?
> +1 on this line of thinking too.
> How about we:
> 1. have a [DISCUSS] thread, wait ~48-72 hours, let it settle, if all well;
> 2. have a [VOTE] thread on giraph-dev, wait ~48-72 hours, let it settle, if
> all well; then
> 3. have a [VOTE] on general@, pasting the discussion thus far, and tallying
> the VOTEs
> During this time, we'll need to:
> a. Draft a resolution for Giraph's graduation.
> b. Nominate a chair. If there are no objections, I nominate either Avery, or
> Jakob. Both have
> really stepped it up along the way and would make a fine chair.
> Chris Mattmann, Ph.D.
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