If we can not create open collective for " apache/groovy" and
"groovy/groovy-core" is not a correct choice, we can create open collective
whose category is "Association" and we can call it "Groovy Community" or
something similar.

P.S. Even if I can access "apache/groovy" via my github account, I still can
not see the project in opencollective site when connecting to github. Take
it easy, I just have a try to access it ;-)

Cheers,
Daniel.Sun




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