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From Jia Yu <>
Subject Re: [DISCUSS] project proposal - Apache Sedona
Date Tue, 14 Jul 2020 04:04:42 GMT
Thank you, Justin and Felix.

In addition to the comments from Felix, I am adding a few points:

1. We have noticed that the release process will go through voting, which
may take some time. We have no problem with that. We believe that
experiencing these is vital to Sedona and our community will benefit from
2. We are not aware of any issues if the incubation takes longer. For sure,
we want the project to graduate to be a top-level project but what matters
most is that this project and the community should become mature enough and
be able to thrive on their own.



Jia Yu

Ph.D. in Computer Science

Arizona State University <>

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On Mon, Jul 13, 2020 at 8:38 PM Felix Cheung <> wrote:

> Noted below. I will leave others to add anything I’ve missed.
> On Mon, Jul 13, 2020 at 8:15 PM Justin Mclean <>
> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> Currently PiPy is not an ASF supported platform and you may have some
>> difficulty in complying with ASF policies. Are you aware of the trademark,
>> branding and other ASF policies that apply here? Also are you are aware
>> that the ASF release process involve the PPMC and IPMC voting on release
>> which can take some time?
> Re: PyPI - I am aware of the ongoing discussion on the distribution
> guideline, plus from working with other communities in the past, so I
> believe I can provide some guidance there.
>> At the ASF discussions need to take place on the mailing list, you seem
>> to have a number of other communication channels, is it going to be an
>> issue moving some of that discussion off them and onto the mailing list?
> As for community, google group maps well to dev@a.o, Gitter can move to
> ASF slack (with dev@ summary), GitHub issue can continue - I would think
> they would work well.
>> It is rare for projects to exit incubation in under a year. Will there be
>> any issues if this process takes longer?
>> It may be better off to start with a single dev list and add the user
>> list later as needed. Is there a reason you want both at the start?
> And this project can start with dev@
>> Thanks,
>> Justin
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