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From Konstantin Boudnik <>
Subject Re: [DISCUSSION] Graduate Ignite from the Apache Incubator
Date Thu, 23 Jul 2015 22:23:53 GMT

I agree with you - there's no rush in the graduating of course - the community
and the mentors were in the consensus that the project is ready for it.
However some of the points that lead to the perpetuation of the thread were
obvious non sequitur, like the "63%" one. The others were very valid. I
believe valid points were addressed as the discussion was happening.

I personally think that all real concerns are addressed and the community is
trending handsomely and healthy. Some of IPMC members might have different
impression - there's little we can do except of waiting for the later time
when _every single IPMC member_ is on board; running the vote will be
contradictory to the consensus building principle.

But before we go down that path I want to ask folks who have expressed factual
concerns to chime in once more and confirm which of those weren't addressed
yet, if possible.

With regards,

On Thu, Jul 23, 2015 at 05:48PM, P. Taylor Goetz wrote:
> It seems to me that some valid concerns have been raised regarding Ignite’s
> readiness to graduate.
> Is there a rush for Ignite to graduate? If there is, and the reason for that
> rush is anything other than “the excitement and pride of becoming a TLP”,
> then it might be indicative of an additional problem.
> Would spending one or more additional monthly cycles in the incubator to
> address those concerns be a problem?
> I know when podlings graduate it reduces the load on the IPMC, but isn’t our
> goal to make sure podlings leave the nest ready to succeed and thrive within
> the bounds of the Apache Way?
> -Taylor

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