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From Suresh Marru <>
Subject Re: ?
Date Tue, 07 May 2013 15:24:54 GMT
Hi Bertrand,

This is a great idea + 1.

Infact a useful exchange of ideas of will be on release versioning and audit of stability.
To be precise, when should we call a software 1.0, the PMC can decide itself, but can it solicit
feedback from other projects which went this route and have them spend an hour or two providing
feedback? Other than apache con, there are scant technical venues where projects share knowledge,
experience and some tricks of the trade. I am not saying a new mailing list will address any
of these, but could booster some discussions. 


On May 7, 2013, at 9:19 AM, Bertrand Delacretaz <> wrote:

> Hi,
> We don't seem to have a place for cross-cutting technical discussions
> at the ASF - language and system issues, standards implementations,
> etc.
> To fix this, I suggest creating a public list, owned
> by comdev, with the following rules:
> -Technical discussions on cross-cutting topics that are directly
> related to Apache projects
> -Each new thread MUST have one or several [markers] in the subject
> line to identify the topics. For example, [java], [osgi], [linux] etc.
> I volunteer to get the list started, as an experiment.
> -Bertrand

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