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From Dave Fisher <>
Subject Re: Finding a champion and mentors
Date Wed, 25 Nov 2020 02:16:37 GMT
Hi Andrey,

The project does look very interesting.

If no one else volunteers then I’m willing to help and, if no one else volunteers, champion
the project into the incubator. Champions don’t always mentor, but I’d do so too.

I’m also VP, Petri which was mentioned by Jim. It’s an alternative, but I think you don’t
have a large enough community.

I notice that the project is currently MIT licensed. It will need to change to Apache license

Let’s see who else volunteers.


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> On Nov 24, 2020, at 3:35 PM, Andrey Parfenov <> wrote:
> Hello,
> I am an author of open source project BrainFlow, and currently I am
> thinking about moving this project to Apache Incubator.
> I've read all the documents about the application process and seems like
> finding mentors/champions is the first step.
> But it's unclear how to find them and get feedback about the project and
> it's perspectives at Apache Incubator.
> More info about project:
> BrainFlow is a library to read, parse and analyze data from biosensors with
> primary focus on BCI devices, the goal of this library is to provide
> uniform SDK to different devices and allow programmers to write device
> agnostic code.
> As of right now it supports 7 programming languages. First commit was
> around ~2.5 years ago
> Docs
> Github
> Website
> Slack Workspace was created around 6 months ago and currently there are 137
> members
> Best Regards,
> Andrey

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