Re: [DISCUSS]: asking about future of s2graph

2018-12-04 Thread Woonsan Ko
On 2018/11/05 20:39:48, Justin Mclean wrote: > Hi, > > Here is the original discussion [1] on the private list (over 2 years ago!). > I'm surprised these people have kept on with the project. While not as formal > as what some projects do (having a formal VOTE thread), it's up to each PPMC

Re: [DISCUSS]: asking about future of s2graph

2018-12-03 Thread Woonsan Ko
On Mon, Dec 3, 2018 at 9:38 PM DO YUNG YOON wrote: > > Sorry for being late for reading this and Really Appreciate your opinion > Woonsan. > > > Write blogs with compelling stories for potential active users who need > to live on this technology, potentially with runnable GitHub project(s) for >

Re: [DISCUSS]: asking about future of s2graph

2018-12-03 Thread DO YUNG YOON
Sorry for being late for reading this and Really Appreciate your opinion Woonsan. > Write blogs with compelling stories for potential active users who need to live on this technology, potentially with runnable GitHub project(s) for readers Stories with real use cases attract people as their lives

Re: [DISCUSS]: asking about future of s2graph

2018-11-21 Thread Woonsan Ko
Hi Do Yung, Thank you very much for the clear explanation. I've recently applied for a mentor for this project, so I'm reading past messages to understand the context now. ;-) Please see my comments inline. On 2018/10/31 06:56:15, DO YUNG YOON wrote: > It's been almost 3 years since s2graph

Re: [DISCUSS]: asking about future of s2graph

2018-11-05 Thread Hwansung Yu
Hi, Thank you for Justin. I opened discussion on the @private. https://lists.apache.org/thread.html/e2562a2eb8eb68e204d8a76ab1a5e3dc571fe8889cf0723d50d48750@%3Cprivate.s2graph.apache.org%3E If there are no PPMC objections, is it the next step to let our mentor add committers? Thanks, Hwansung

Re: [DISCUSS]: asking about future of s2graph

2018-11-05 Thread Justin Mclean
Hi, Here is the original discussion [1] on the private list (over 2 years ago!). I'm surprised these people have kept on with the project. While not as formal as what some projects do (having a formal VOTE thread), it's up to each PPMC to decide (and hopefully document) on how to appoint

Re: [DISCUSS]: asking about future of s2graph

2018-11-05 Thread Justin Mclean
HI, > I think there are two candidates for the conditions. When discussion potential candidates it best to do so on the private list. What happens if you mention someone publicly and then not vote them in? > In the previous mailing issue, there was a thread to add Hyunsung Jo as > committer,

Re: [DISCUSS]: asking about future of s2graph

2018-11-03 Thread Hwansung Yu
Hi, I totally agree with Justin's opinion. I think it is most important to add a new committer and ppmc to grow our community. I think there are two candidates for the conditions. They are Jongwook Kim and Hyunsung Jo. They were involved in several issues. In particular, Hyunsung Jo worked for

Re: [DISCUSS]: asking about future of s2graph

2018-11-03 Thread Justin Mclean
HI, I think the biggest issue you face is adding new committers and PPMCs members. I find it hard to believe that in the 3 years of incubation that your PPMC haven't found a single candidate to make a committer or PPMC member. Without growing your community in that way it's unlikely you would

Re: [DISCUSS]: asking about future of s2graph

2018-11-02 Thread DO YUNG YOON
Thanks for the comments deawon. I think providing contribution guide, documentation on the dev environment and documentation on usage are necessary, and feel like we do not have these now. Also, I suggest provide release documentation so any other committer like you can easily get involved on

Re: [DISCUSS]: asking about future of s2graph

2018-10-31 Thread daewon
I agree with many of your comments. For a community building, what you can do right now is just to listen to external requests while constantly improving functionality. In order to improve the accessibility of the S2Graph project, I think it would be better to create a development environment, a