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From Angela Cymbalak <>
Subject Re: guidance needed: looking into writing a proposal
Date Tue, 15 Apr 2008 14:17:36 GMT
I am happy to write up the proposal.  The more I read and think about 
this project the more I really think that it would be a great one for 
Apache to undertake if the appropriate community can be built around it.

The only thing holding up my proposal writing is my concern for the 
process.  The process implies that one needs to have a Champion 
*before* writing the proposal and finding the Mentors.  I am aware of 
whom I can ask to be a Champion but I don't want to overstep my 
bounds.  There are two existing projects that I believe a photo 
gallery would compliment.  Is a Champion required before submitting 
the proposal?

Also, did I miss finding an FAQ on the Proposal process?  I checked 
the Wiki and the Incubator Web site.  I don't want to post a lot of 
questions that may be answered easily elsewhere.


At 11:08 AM 4/14/2008, Robert Burrell Donkin wrote:
>On Mon, Apr 14, 2008 at 3:32 PM, Andrus Adamchik 
><> wrote:
> > Also even if some other proposals got canned, this doesn't this one won't
> > get accepted. The best thing to do is to submit a proposal following one of
> > the existing templates and let the people on this list comment on it, and
> > see if you can find mentors here.
>it's community, not code
>(the acceptance process is also somewhat subjective which introduces
>an element of chance)
>- robert
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