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From "John D. Ament" <>
Subject Re: Looking for a mentor for Gossip and Rya
Date Thu, 10 Nov 2016 20:22:21 GMT
That and update podlings.xml

On Nov 10, 2016 15:04, "Josh Elser" <> wrote:

Actaully, I should probably ask: is there any sort of formal process we
need to go through to officially add a new mentor on a podling? Or, simply
add her name to

Josh Elser wrote:

> Thanks for volunteering, Billie! We're very lucky to have you.
> Billie Rinaldi wrote:
>> I can help out with mentoring Rya.
>> Billie
>> On Tue, 08 Nov 2016 00:03:48 -0000, Sean Busbey<> wrote:
>> Subject: Looking for a mentor for Gossip and Rya
>> Hi Folks!
>>> Sadly, other commitments in my life require that I step down the
>>> amount of
>>> volunteer time I spend on the ASF. I had originally thought that I'd
>>> still
>>> have time for mentoring the two podlings I've been involved with (Gossip
>>> and Rya), but it doesn't look that way.
>>> As such, I'm hoping someone on general@ might be convinced to step up in
>>> either case. My need to step aside should not reflect on the podlings
>>> themselves; they're both doing just fine for where they are in terms of
>>> project maturity.
>>> If the particular technology aims matter:
>>> Apache Gossip (incubating) is creating a foundational library for
>>> distributed systems to use the gossip protocol to make peer-to-peer
>>> networks. It's written in Java.
>>> Apache RYA (incubating) is an RDF triple store built on top of sparse
>>> key-value stores (specifically Apache Accumulo is currently the robust
>>> exemplar implementation). It is also written (mostly) in Java.
>>> I'd say Rya is farther along the path to graduation, but neither podling
>>> is particularly demanding in terms of kinds-of or amounts-of attention
>>> required.
>>> Anyone interested in transitioning onto one or both?
>>> -busbey
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