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From Hadrian Zbarcea <>
Subject Re: [VOTE] Accept contribution of Brooklyn CLI
Date Sat, 20 Feb 2016 00:55:08 GMT
+1 (binding)

With my ASF member hat on, I would wonder if this should not come as a 
code grant, given the size of the PR. A quick look at the commits shows 
that (if I am not mistaken) most of the contributions come from @geomacy 
and @robertgmoss who actually already made significant contributions to 
the project for a good while. If they were committers, the code grant 
issue would be a moot point, so now I wonder why aren't they?

I guess we could continue this on private@.


On 02/18/2016 10:25 AM, Richard Downer wrote:
> All,
> adds the Brooklyn
> CLI. This allows a user to control and script Brooklyn from the
> command line. It opens up many possibilities, including making the web
> UI optional (reducing the security footprint in production
> deployments), allowing admins to script Brooklyn using shell scripts,
> and simplifies our getting started tutorials. It's a very compelling
> addition to the Brooklyn project.
> The CLI was developed in a non-Apache location starting last year,
> with the bulk of development happening from November onwards. It has
>> 150 commits from 4 authors and is over 6,000 SLOC. Given the size of
> the contribution, it is prudent to follow Apache's IP clearance
> process before merging the PR.
> This vote is to discover if the Brooklyn PMC and community are in
> favour of accepting this contribution. If the vote passes, the PMC and
> the authors of the code will work together to complete Apache's IP
> Clearance process and merge the code for the CLI.
> This vote will be open for at least 72 hours (i.e. 15:30 UTC on Sunday
> 21st February 2016)
> [ ] +1, accept contribution of the Brooklyn CLI into the project
> [ ] 0, no opinion
> [ ] -1, reject contribution because...
> Thanks,
> Richard.

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