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From Daniel Kulp <>
Subject Re: FW: (qpid) Diversity
Date Tue, 04 Mar 2008 22:07:22 GMT

Well, a quick svn log on their SVN repo for all commits since Jan 1 and 
some google/"linked in" searches yields:  (disclaimer: I could be wrong 
on some of these, it was a quick search, people may no longer be with 
these companies, etc...)

Committer          Company  #Commits
Aidan Skinner               2
Alan Conway        RH       84
Arnaud Simon       RH       48
Andrew Stitcher    RH       
Carl Trieloff      RH       5
Gordon Sim         RH       38
Jim Meyering                
John O'Hara        JPMC     
Marnie McCormack   JPMC     
Martin Ritchie     JMPC     2
Kim van der Riet   RH       
Nuno Santos        RH       6
Rafael Schloming   RH       56
Rajith Attapattu   RH       24
Robert Godfrey     JPMC     
Robert Greig.      JPMC     
Rupert Smith       

Paul Fremantle 
Yoav Shapira

Thus, all but 4 commits since Jan 1 can easily be contributed to RedHat 
employees.  I couldn't quickly find company affiliations for 3 of the 
folks, but I think the above should provide enough information about the 
health and diversity of the community that actually working on the code.   
I didn't look at the dev list or wiki changes or anything so there could 
be additional contributions there.


On Tuesday 04 March 2008, Scott Deboy wrote:
> I'm curious what other incubator folks think about qpid's plan for
> disclosing the organizational diversity of their committership/PMC (or
> if this is even a requirement).
> Scott Deboy
> 111 SW Columbia Street Ste. 950
> Portland, OR  97201
> Telephone:      503.224.7496
> Cell:           503.997.1367
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Carl Trieloff []
> Sent: Tue 3/4/2008 1:08 PM
> To:
> Subject: Re: Diversity
> Scott Deboy wrote:
> > Since there is a significant amount of corporate support in qpid,
> > I'd like to see the breakdown of that support in the committership
> > and PMC. If this was discussed previously, can you direct me to the
> > thread?
> >
> > Thanks
> >
> > Scott Deboy
> Scott,
> I know from past discussions that some members of Qpid are not allowed
> to disclose who they work for. I am sure they will comment. There is
> no secret that I work for Red Hat. As I know this is going to come up,
> to get through this we might need to let people say there company name
> or "not one of the above..."
> does that work. The goal is to show one company does not have all the
> seats.
> There is a thread with the broken out, but it does not include company
> names.
> regards,
> Carl.

J. Daniel Kulp
Principal Engineer, IONA

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