The Apache Annotator (incubating) community is pleased to announce the
release of Apache Annotator (incubating) 0.1.0.
Apache Annotator (incubating) provides libraries to enable annotation
related software, with an initial focus on identification of textual
fragments in browser
You note over 30 contributors to GeoSpark, but there are only 8 initial
committers. Has the move to the Apache Incubator been thoroughly discussed in
the existing community? Is anyone being excluded?
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> On Jul 12, 2020, at 12:36 PM, Felix Cheung
Any questions or concerns? If not, I can kick off the VOTE thread shortly.
On Thu, Jul 9, 2020 at 6:12 AM Felix Cheung wrote:
> We would like to propose Apache Sedona, currently known in its community
> as GeoSpark, as a new project under the Apache Incubator.
> Sedona is a big
To me the Foundation Dev Guidance comes first and it is currently buried within
the Incubator policy and guidance.
A reference to http://www.apache.org/dev/#releases ought to be first from any
incubator policy or guidance page. Problems with the dev page should be
addressed. If the
> A reference to http://www.apache.org/dev/#releases ought to be first from any
> incubator policy or guidance page. Problems with the dev page should be
> addressed. If the Foundation wide policy and guidance is weak then that
> should be fixed so that an Incubating podlings can use the
This is a call for a vote to release Apache NuttX (Incubating) version
The Apache NuttX community has voted on and approved a proposal to
Apache NuttX (Incubating) version 9.1.0.
We now kindly request the Incubator PMC members review and vote on this
Sheng Zha commented on INCUBATOR-253:
[~jmclean] you added some notes to it and I'd like to
While I appreciate your efforts in putting together the guidelines, your reply
seems to indicate
that this guideline is not making new rules, which is apparently false.
Specifically, you wrote:
> Nothing as far as I can see is added only clarified and put into context for
Justin Mclean commented on INCUBATOR-253:
It's really going to depend on the details and
> This description suggests that the nature of this guideline is the
> interpretation of the
> existing Apache policies in the context of distribution on third-party
That is correct.
> Personally, I believe that interpretation is still making new rules.
Please point to one
> > Personally, I believe that interpretation is still making new rules.
> Please point to one of these new rules.
Again, in my opinion, the act of interpretation of existing rules in a new
context is making new rules. Thus, all the rules in the guidelines are new
> > As a podling PPMC
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