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From "Suresh Marru (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (PODLINGNAMESEARCH-14) Establish Whether "Apache Airavata" would be a Suitable Name
Date Tue, 04 Sep 2012 03:36:08 GMT


Suresh Marru updated PODLINGNAMESEARCH-14:

    Evidence Of Open Source Adoption: 
Searched for "Airavata" project at 
* Apache Airavata is the only listing returned. It is managed by two of the Airavata PPMC

Searched for "Airavata" at and found no results.

Searched for "Airavata" at and found 2 repositories:
* kartikshah / airavata
** 0 Bytes | 1 fork | 1 star | last activity over 2 years ago
** there is no code within this repo
* rsandhu1 / spring-airavata
**rest service for airavata
**0 Bytes | 1 fork | 1 star | last activity 4 months ago
** this repo has no code is created Airavata PPMC member as a sandbox.

Searched for "open source airavata" on returned 9060 results:
all results in the first 12 pages of the search are related to the podling.

Searched for "open source airavata" on returned 22500 results:
Except three, all results on first 5 pages were related to podling. The 3 other results are
about mythical character Airavata.

Searched for "open source airavata on returned 29200 results. 
All but 5 results on the first 5 pages are related to podling. The 4 other results are related
to mythical character and 1 is a user name a of physics forum author.
> Establish Whether "Apache Airavata" would be a Suitable Name
> ------------------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: PODLINGNAMESEARCH-14
>                 URL:
>             Project: Podling Suitable Names Search
>          Issue Type: Suitable Name Search
>            Reporter: Suresh Marru
> The Airavata podling was proposed to incubator to inherit and further develop software
to register, compose, manage, execute, and monitor small to large scale command line applications
and workflows on computational resources ranging from local clusters to national grids and
computing clouds.
> Airavata was initially chosen by voting among initial committers. The proposer intended
that Airavata is a multi-tasked elephant and is positioned at the gateway to heaven, hence
it made sense to name it for software which will build gateways to clouds and grids.

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