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From Paul King <>
Subject Re: [DISCUSS] NLPCraft Proposal
Date Tue, 04 Feb 2020 05:34:46 GMT
Looks like you have close to a full house for mentors. I could certainly
put my hat in the ring if you need another, otherwise I will certainly be
an interested community member. It seems like an interesting project. I
would have a particular interest in Groovy/Micronaut integration.

I did notice in the current repo, usage of the Commons Clause (with ALV2).
The usage by Redis of something similar, albeit with notable differences,
was controversial a little while back but seemed to die down as per
LEGAL-402. As someone who hasn't been following this lately, is that
something the project needs to manage expectations for?

Cheers, Paul.

On Tue, Feb 4, 2020 at 10:43 AM Konstantin Boudnik <> wrote:

> Good time of the time to all!
> I'd like to bring this new interesting project for the discussion, comments
> and feedback with the aim of starting a formal [VOTE] of its acceptance
> into
> Incubator.
> People behind this project aren't new to Apache: some of them were behind
> the
> Apache Ignite incubation, which I consider a huge success as the community
> is
> literally thriving almost 5 years after the graduation.
> I have been involved a little bit with this project when it just started
> privately a few years ago. And I'd like to emphasize that the community
> however small it might look so far, has been aligned with Apache ways of
> doing
> things. Nikita Ivanov (from Ignite PMC) is very instrumental in tirelessly
> helping this group to learn what it means to be a truly open source
> project.
> The code is already under ALv2 and is publicly available. As you will see
> it
> has a lot of organic connections with the rest of Apache ecosystem and IMO
> will fit very well here and continue to grow the community.
> The project's proposal is available at [1].
> Thank you very much for the feedback you're willing to provide!
> --
>   With best regards,
>     Cos
> [1]

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