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From Shane Curcuru <...@shanecurcuru.org>
Subject ACE project being retired (was: ASF Board Report for ACE - Repeated Reminder for October 2017)
Date Mon, 13 Nov 2017 16:17:01 GMT
Please note that barring the Apache ACE PMC stepping up with a project
report and showing that there is sufficient active interest from
existing committers to maintain the project, the Apache Board is likely
to make the project read only and put it in the Apache Attic at one of
the next two monthly board meetings.

Thanks to everyone who's contributed in the past!

-- 

- Shane
  https://www.apache.org/foundation/marks/resources

On 2017-10-18 15:15, Phil Steitz <psteitz@apache.org> wrote: > Dear ACE
community,
> 
> In the governance model at the ASF the board delegates responsibility for
> managing projects to PMCs. To enable the board to provide oversight across the
> foundation, PMCs are tasked with providing the board with a quarterly
> report on the health of the project. The board has noticed that the reports
> for ACE have been missed for a number of months.
> 
> The reports to the board are normally written by the PMC chair but all PMC
> members have an individual responsibility to ensure that a report is
> submitted. If the PMC chair is not available then any PMC member can submit
> the report. If you need help with this process, please reach out to
> board@apache.org
> 
> Please ensure that a report for ACE is submitted to the board for the
> next meeting.
> 
> If the PMC chair is not going to be available for an extended period of time
> it may make sense to rotate the PMC chair. Rotating the PMC chair does not
> mean the current chair has failed. People's situations and interests change,
> and rotation is good as it allows more people to become familiar with that
> role. Again, if assistance is required with this process, please feel free to
> reach out to board@apache.org
> 
> As projects mature, they will naturally reach a point where activity reduces
> to a level that the project is no longer sustainable. At Apache, projects
> reach this stage when there are no longer 3 active PMC members providing
> oversight. Projects that reach this stage are placed in the attic[1].  If
> ACE has reached this point, please reach out to the Attic project to
> arrange transfer. On the other hand, if your project is mostly dormant but
> still has at least three active PMC members it can stay in that state for as
> long as needed. If your project is in such a state, please mention that in
> your report and verify the PMC's state at regular intervals.
> 
> Finally, if you have any questions please feel free to reach out to
> board@apache.org.
> 
> Thanks,
> The ASF Board
> 
> [1] (http://attic.apache.org/
>

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