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From Donald Miner <>
Subject Re: [PROPOSAL] Accumulo Blog
Date Thu, 10 Apr 2014 19:23:58 GMT
Is this something i can volunteer to help manage if nobody else wants to? Do things like set
it up, collect blog posts from authors, edit them, post them, manage the draft and vote process,

Just putting that out there as i see it as a way i can contribute to the community and i also
personally think it is a good idea.


> On Apr 10, 2014, at 1:59 PM, Mike Drob <> wrote:
> Not sure how I feel about the Google+ community. As the PMC, aren't we
> responsible for brand management?
>> On Thu, Apr 10, 2014 at 1:43 PM, Christopher <> wrote:
>> Personally, I'd find it easier to simply suggest people post to a
>> common Google+ topic/community, when there's something of community
>> interest to blog about, rather than maintain a monolithic blog.
>> There may be others with the same topic/name, but this one is the one
>> I saw first:
>> --
>> Christopher L Tubbs II
>>> On Thu, Apr 10, 2014 at 12:12 PM,  <> wrote:
>>> I am proposing a blog for the project to be hosted on the
>> site. There was a similar proposal last year on the dev
>> list [1], but no vote or decision. Apache has a web page with setup
>> instructions [2], which also states that the PMC is responsible for the
>> blog content and for granting write access to the blog. The process for
>> setting up a blog is easy and defined in [2].
>>> To move forward I think we need to resolve some items:
>>> 1. The bylaws don't define how to vote on blog content, but the default
>> vote is in a Lazy Approval fashion, with no defined timeframe. I'm thinking
>> 3 days. Since the PMC is responsible for the content, should we enforce
>> something different, say, consensus or majority approval from active PMC
>> members over 3 days?
>>> 2. Guidelines for content. If we accept cross-posts from other sites or
>> blog posts from guest writers (non-contributors, non-committers), what
>> rules should be enforced (PMC is responsible for content)? For any author,
>> can their employer or employer's products be mentioned?
>>> 3. Do the articles need to be Apache licensed?
>>> [1]
>>> [2]

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