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From Hadrian Zbarcea <>
Subject Re: [DISCUSS] Scala components in ASF Camel
Date Fri, 22 Feb 2013 15:09:09 GMT
I would give this a bit more time, maybe after apachecon. While Willem 
stated that it's easy to move code back and forth, his statement is not 
correct. It would be if there were no external contributors, otherwise 
you have ip issues (which is different than the way it's licensed).

I think a marketplace is a good idea, but personally I will not spend 
time on the scala ecosystem. It's not clear to me if we all understand 
the solution you propose the same way. I am not even sure if we all 
understand/agree on the problem the same way.

My $0.02,

On 02/22/2013 09:55 AM, Henryk Konsek wrote:
>> +1 I like this proposal.
> I'll create the GitHub organization called 'camel-marketplace'. Then
> I'll create 'camel-scala' and 'camel-scala-extra' projects under its
> umbrella. If anybody of you want to be added as an administrator to
> the 'camel-marketplace' organization, please just drop me a line.
> All the contributions to the 'camel-scala' will be released under
> Apache license. Contributions under incompatible licenses will be
> committed to 'camel-scala-extra'.
> After I create the projects together with some nice homepages for
> them, I'll add appropriate references to the Camel Contributing [1]
> and Camel Components [1] pages. From this point forward we could refer
> to these projects as to the official home for the Camel components
> written in Scala.
> The versioning and the life cycle of Scala communities will be
> synchronized with ASF Camel release the same way as Camel Extra is.
> What do you think?
> [1]
> [2]
> --
> Henryk Konsek

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