> > Accounts don't die but communities do - giving anyone control of > accounts won't magically revive them.
From what I have read here, there are still thousands of nodes running mesos. So I think d2iq would welcome any request that would stretch any kind of transition period. It would just look bad for any new client they get, if d2iq has a bad reputation for dumping support/products without any warning or appropriate migration solution. Don't you agree? > Also, from a diversification point of view having a single person in > charge of all these is probably a bad idea - As opposed to having no control at all? > lack of diversification of probably one of the factors behind Mesos failure. I do not see mesos as a failure. I think if there was any failure, it has been more related to mesosphere/d2iq business strategy. Eg. I still think it is a bit 'dumb' to offer this DCOS as a binary blob. The trend is that businesses want to have guaranteed stable environments and OS stability is not a core business of software developers. > Really, you'd be better off moving on :). > I agree but that is a different discussion. So question still stands: Anyone on this list knows who is in control of the current source repositories?