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On 8/30/2016 11:25 PM, Adam John wrote:
Created a GitHub organization, added each of the available repos:
I think I invited everyone on this thread - however there are many others
on the list.
All are welcome.
Loss of Apache incubator status is significant as it means also
organizational loss, tools lost, and would effectively put a nail in the
coffin for the project.
WebCMS, Jira, Jenkins, and Travis are all valuable tools, and part of
Quality code review (thanks, vega and wisebaldone etc) and an established
process for the inclusion of new contributions by people familiar with
existing approaches and the work in progress... all of this is significant.
The people on this list - and even the list itself - both a service and an
organization that would be a significant loss in any transition...
I think the safety of the incubator is important, for these reasons and
more; and there needs to be improved communication, planning and
coordination... here again, just my opinion.
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On Tue, Aug 30, 2016 at 4:01 PM, Upayavira <u...@odoko.co.uk> wrote:
The best future for Wave at Apache would, I think be to start an
entirely new project at GitHub, and implement a Wave system that people
can actually understand. Once that gains traction, come back to the
Incubator and ask to resurrect Apache Wave with that new codebase.
The current codebase seems to be simply too complex for people to be
able to pick up. The idea stands as a good one, but the code is just too
On Tue, 30 Aug 2016, at 09:58 PM, Taylor Fahlman wrote:
I've been a reader of this list for a while. I am another one of the
who would love to contribute, but literally have no idea where to start.
really think that if the code was divided a bit more it'd be easier to
contribute, because I want to see this project keep going. It really does
have a lot of potential in the current climate of silo-ed communication
systems. An easy docker image would really help too.
On Tue, Aug 30, 2016 at 12:54 PM Thomas Wrobel <darkfl...@gmail.com>
While the code will always be there in some form, is there any real
hope outside of Apache though? will it not just fizzle out?
Apache provides somewhat needed pressure, structure and to some extent
While retirement is understandable necessity for things without
progress, its nevertheless sad for a project with such potential. Is
it possible to put a call out for developers? a last warning? a
advert? something beyond this list?
I have no idea what form it would take though. I am so ignorant with
big projects, both socially and structurally. Theres tools out there
supposed to help motivate and organised (www.teamily.com) dont know
how effectively they are though.
It just all seems such a waste for wave to die, its death marking a
little lost hope for the open web to recover some ground from the
closed hubs that dominate today.
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On 30 August 2016 at 21:41, Upayavira <u...@odoko.co.uk> wrote:
As I said earlier in this thread, retirement means the closure of an
"apache" community. The code is already open source. So long as the
trademark and the Apache License V2 on the code are respected, as
anyone is free to do what they like with the code.
Thus, if someone (or someones) wanted to move it to Github, that'd be
fine. I'm sure Apache wouldn't object to them using the name "Wave"
On Tue, 30 Aug 2016, at 08:54 PM, Michael MacFadden wrote:
Being a mostly silent participant at this point. I would tend to
with you. I think however, we should provide a “what next”
for example, people might be more willing to retire the project if
knew for example we could move to github and still allow people to
contribute and develop if they see fit.
On 8/30/16, 11:52 AM, "Yuri Z" <vega...@gmail.com> wrote:
After some thought I hate to agree, that at current levels of
the only rational choice is to decide to retire as we are just
Apache Foundation resources without any real hope of graduating.
Moreover, there were a few active projects based on Apache Wave
little motivation to contribute back actively. I think this is
found little need in Apache Foundation resources, while
required certain effort to comply with Apache rules.
I think we should hold a retirement vote and either recruit
number of supporters willing and able actively participate
On Tue, Aug 30, 2016 at 9:13 PM Jonathan Leong <
> I would hate to see this project retire.
> Adam you bring up good points. I can get the ball rolling with
> image. I'll see what I can get done over the next week or so.
> -Jonathan Leong
> On Tue, Aug 30, 2016 at 1:31 PM, Adam John <
> > I have to weigh in and say that I agree that the bar here
> > several perspectives.
> > I'm currently evaluating what components of this project
> > for incorporation into 2 separate projects. If either one
> > the next 6 months, there will be more developers actively
> > That said, I've watched some of the transition videos from
> > read a lot of the docs, reviewed code and worked on
> > project for myself. It is daunting and would benefit
> > significant - imho critical - updates;
> > (1) the Product itself needs real changes - like the
> > pulled out from core terminology and revamped as a more
> > concept / ie agents. There needs to be better organization
> > from concept to contribution. This is not to diminish the
> > present, only to highlight an improvement area.
> > (2) the Architecture needs serious review and revision to
figure out how
> > best to leverage other projects and allow focus on the
> > this project enables. The technology stack overall needs
> > at least from a newcomers perspective.
> > As a third factor, and #1 on my list for adoption is rolling
> > for the project. This is essential in my humble opinion to
> > developers to focus on the pieces they feel most equipped to
> > comfortably...
> > I don't know how the major changes I am suggesting get
> > discussed in much more detail. I'm hoping that perhaps I
> > potentially dismissive email "vote" ... Maybe a virtual
> > of interest? I would hope that the participants of such a
> > be the core of a nascent rebirth. Yes I am volunteering to
> > on if there is interest...
> > Thanks,
> > Adam John
> > (914) 623-8433
> > On Aug 30, 2016 12:43 PM, "Zachary Yaro" <zmy...@gmail.com>
> > I am in a similar boat. I have front-end development
> > struggle to fully understand the back-end functionality or
> > the client from the server.
> > Zachary Yaro
> > On Aug 30, 2016 11:51 AM, "Thomas Wrobel" <
> > > I have tried on 3 separate occasions to understand the
> > > simply not in my skillset and I don't have the time to
> > > wish to sound arrogant there, theres learning needed for
> > > course. But its too much investment - I want to apply
> > > already have. Last time I tried to get into wave
> > > was I admit a few years back) it took me 3 days to even
> > > server. Which is frustrating for someone that just wants
work on a
> > > client.
> > >
> > > So I am certainly not waiting for permission, I am waiting
> > > prerequisite of a server/client split. I understand I can
> > > demand or expect such a thing. Developers on a project
> > > have to jump in on what they feel like. Nothing can
> > > and I accept that.
> > > I simply am informing there's "lesser" developers like me
> > > work on bits if certain other things happen.
> > >
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