The Apache MXNet (incubating) community is happy to announce Apache MXNet
(incubating) version 1.7.0!
Apache MXNet (incubating) is a deep learning framework designed for both
efficiency and flexibility. It allows you to mix symbolic and imperative
programming to maximize
The voting for releasing Apache MXNet (incubating) 1.7.0.rc1 has passed with 5
+1 votes (3 binding) and no 0 or -1 votes.
* Michael Wall / binding
* Jason Dai / binding
* Tianqi Chen / binding
* Sheng Zha
* Xingjian Shi
Vote thread can be found at:
Michael Wall wrote:
> Thanks for the follow up Ciyong. You are right, -vv did not enable
> verbose. If I had used -VV (with capital V's) I would have gotten
> Good luck on the vote.
> On Tue, Aug 18, 2020 at 2:43 AM Chen, Ciyong
Thank you for your time to review and vote.
Regarding your questions:
> - Does anything with mshadow need to change now that it has passed clearance.
From source code release perspective, I don't think there's anything we need to
change as mshadow is already in the code base with
] Release Apache MXNet (incubating) version 1.7.0.rc1
+1 carried from vote on dev@ .
On 2020/08/11 05:21:39, "Chen, Ciyong" wrote:
> Thank you
Thank you Sheng and all for removing the blocker for the release.
As the vote is resumed, please take your time to verify and vote on the
upcoming release for Apache MXNet(incubating).
I copied the content from the original vote mail for your reference.
This is a call for a
Thanks for your valuable inputs, then I will hold on the current rc1 release
and continue the rest of release process (vote on general) when the issues are
From: Justin Mclean
Sent: Monday, July 27, 2020 8:18 AM
Thanks for your time to review and vote on this release.
It seems that most of the concerns are branding/trademark/legal issues from
those third-party projects which relies on MXNet and the AWS marketplace (or
MXNet's downstream projects), which could be tracked separately and
This is a call for a releasing Apache MXNet (incubating) 1.7.0, release
Apache MXNet (incubating) community has voted and approved the release.
to add Apache Headers to Third Party Code [WAS] Re:
[MENTORS] PPMC case-by-case decision for major modifications of third-party
the consensus passed, so we should proceed according to the consensus.
On Tue, 2020-06-23 at 09:04 +, Chen, Ciyong wrote
I'm wondering if there's any further concerns for this "72 hours lazy
Shall we continue with the option of "I believe PPMC would prefer to put the
ASF header on top of the file (ie. 2 headers)"
From: Leonard Lausen
>1) Numpy License Headers Only
> 2) Apache Header with Numpy License Header (keep the license header as is now)
From: Bob Paulin
Sent: Monday, June 15, 2020 11:38 PM
To: d...@mxnet.incubator.apache.org; Chen, Ciyong ;
lau...@apache.org; d...@mxnet.apache.org; general
Hi Bob, Leonard,
Thanks for the elaboration/guideline on the dual license issue.
May I have the conclusion as below based on Bob’s direction/suggestion:
* If there’s no any different opinion or objection, keep either origin
Numpy license or ASF license but not dual, which depends on how
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