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From Jean-Baptiste Onofre>
Subject Re: [DISCUSS] Apache BlueMarlin proposal
Date Sun, 15 Mar 2020 07:46:50 GMT
Hi Justin,

- Good point about the community. We know it’s a point we have to work generally speaking.
- +1 about the "inexperience with open source" section, I will add some content.
- Agree to start only with dev mailing list
- we are kindly asking for gitbox repo (not svn). It’s in the proposal draft:
- the initial committer list is the actual team who created the project. We bet on the incubation
phase to increase this list obviously. I will check with Xun if there is no miss in the initial
committer list.
- I think we already have three good mentors but we wanted to add additional people to help
building the community. If it’s a issue, we can reduce the list or invite new mentors on
the podling.


> Le 15 mars 2020 à 07:49, Justin Mclean <> a écrit :
> Hi,
> They gave a presentation oat AupacheCon EU as part of the podling shark tank and we’ve
already had some discussion about this - obviously more has taken place. It does sound like
an interesting project.
> Some suggestions/questions:
> -  I would like to see more in the proposal about the community and what their expectation
are there.
> - Under “inexperience with open source” it would be good to mention what projects
and if they have any committer or PMC members in other projects.
> - Under required resources it best to have a single dev list without a user list to start
off. The names of the list are not what are normally asked for is there a reason for that?
> - Most projects seem to be using git these days, is there a reason svn is asked for?
> - The initially committers seems small, are there any other people involved in the project
that might be considered as committers? [1] only show three main committers. How do these
match up with the four initial committers?
> - One of the proposed mentors is not an ASF member or IPMC member and so would be unable
to be a mentor and two may have a few too many incubating project on their plate to be effective
mentors. Of course only they would be a good judge of that. One mentor is fairly new to mentoring.
 Does the project think it has the right mix of mentors that will be able to help the project
> Thanks,
> Justin
> 1.
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