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From Benson Margulies <>
Subject Re: UMA Implementation
Date Wed, 04 Jul 2012 17:03:47 GMT
Dear Khan,

You might have a look at Apache Camel as a possible home for this
code. If you think that it makes sense as an addition to Camel, please
communicate with that community via their development mailing list and
see whether you and they can come to some accommodation.

If not (and assuming that someone else doesn't suggest some other
place), you could make a proposal to the incubator, here.

To successfully launch an Apache community via the incubator, you need

a: a code base that can be licensed under the Apache License.

b: a willingness to work within the Apache approach to open source communities.

c: a reasonable expectation of building a community with enough people
in it to be self-sustaining as an Apache PMC.

For more details, see Creating such a
proposal would be your next step.

I would be willing to be your 'champion' for this purpose if you
decide to go here, or perhaps some other member of the Incubator PMC
will step up who has an interest.


Benson Margulies

On Wed, Jul 4, 2012 at 11:46 AM, Suleman Khan <> wrote:
> Dear All,
> In Fraunhofer AISEC, we developed UMA protocol based on OAuth 2.0 and also
> integrated OpenID Connect to it.  We want to make this project open source
> under Apache license 2.0. Apache website doesn't clearly tell us how to do
> it. I have the following questions
> 1). Should we add it to any existing project? if yes then how to do it? (we
> are not committer. how to become a committer for a project?)
> 2). Should we create new project for it? if yes the how to do it?
> Details about the project is published on Kantara Initiative website. It can
> be checked by visiting the following link.
> Any help in this regard would be really appreciated.
> Regards,
> Khan Suleman
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