Which brings up the next set of issues: What do we do for Salesforce owned 
SDKs? Can the SDKs be donated?

In any case I suggest we add to the “gallery” so it might be better categorized 
to include SDKs, Templates, other extras like containers or whatnot. If we are 
agreed about external templates then we could treat SDKs and the rest in the 
same manner.

1) PR to the Gallery page to request inclusion
2) Committer reviews and pushes the change if the inclusion seems worthwhile 
and includes a link to some support. License type is irrelevant since we are 
not publishing any of this, only descriptions and links.
3) Donations of the work can be processed if there is a provision for continued 
support by a current committer or by the author and all other due process is 

That way if the Salesforce owned SDKs are donated—great. If not we still can 
put them or some fork of them in the Gallery.

Sound good?

On Sep 11, 2016, at 1:09 AM, Kenneth Chan <kenn...@apache.org> wrote:

I think the Java SDK already supports it creating events to a file, but it's 
not documented.

On Fri, Sep 9, 2016 at 7:59 AM, Pat Ferrel <p...@occamsmachete.com 
<mailto:p...@occamsmachete.com>> wrote:
The page is now live

On Sep 8, 2016, at 11:49 AM, Gustavo Frederico <gustavo.freder...@thinkwrap.com 
<mailto:gustavo.freder...@thinkwrap.com>> wrote:

The page at 
displays "(coming soon)" for the Java SDK. Any ideas about when that will 



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