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From Richard Downer <rich...@apache.org>
Subject [RESULT][VOTE] Accept contribution of Brooklyn CLI
Date Wed, 24 Feb 2016 22:10:46 GMT
The results of the vote are:

+1 - 17 votes, of which 5 binding
0 - none
-1 - none

Therefore the vote is carried: "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."

Thanks to all who took the time to vote. (In fact, the vast majority
of votes were cast in the first few hours - making it probably the
most popular vote Brooklyn has ever held :-)

Richard.



---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Richard Downer <richard@apache.org>
Date: 18 February 2016 at 15:25
Subject: [VOTE] Accept contribution of Brooklyn CLI
To: Brooklyn dev <dev@brooklyn.apache.org>


All,

https://github.com/apache/brooklyn-client/pull/1 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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