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From Carl Trieloff <>
Subject Re: Statements from Qpid mentors would help me decide... [WAS Re: [VOTE] Apache Qpid Graduation as TLP]
Date Mon, 24 Mar 2008 21:05:32 GMT
Rupert Smith wrote:
> Hi Daniel,
> Don't forget about me. I am a currently active Qpid committer and not
> an employee of either RedHat
> or JPMC. I am an independent consultant who operates through a company
> called The Badger Sett Ltd.
> and all my contributions to Qpid thus far have been completely
> 'legally' independent of the dominant
> parties.
> Seems I never made it onto the 0-10 credits page, but that is because
> I have still not found the
> time to fully read and provide feedback on it, as interesting as it looks.
> Rupert
> On Friday 21 March 2008, Paul Fremantle wrote:
>> Yoav
>> I have to say I think you have given a very good analysis. I think
>> that QPid has come a huge way towards Apacheness. Diversity is not as
>> great as it could be but meets the Incubator criteria.
> Huh?  The graduation guide says "there are at least 3 legally independent
> committers" and I don't see that with Qpid.   


I think it has been proved that there are at least 3 legally independent 
committers - please
can you revise your statement and/or vote.


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