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From Rich Bowen <>
Subject Re: ApacheCon content committee
Date Thu, 16 Jan 2014 21:24:32 GMT
Wiki updated.

So, the way that this will work, as far as I understand it, is that each 
volunteer will be given a moderator login on the CFP system, and will be 
able to rate the proposal at

I want to be sure that projects are represented, so that people without 
an opinion, or who don't know the subject, would simply not rate that 
item, and the people that do will thus carry more weight. But everyone 
who votes has an equal voice, looking at the system right now.

I'll start the process of getting these accounts made asap, so that it's 
not a last-minute dash. So it's important to reach out to un-represented 
PMCs and make sure that they have at least one person on the list. One 
is a minimum, but more is preferred.

I'll be starting to contact unrepresented PMCs tomorrow (I hope - FOSDEM 
is consuming a huge amount of my time) and so will the LF folks, but if 
you have inside information, please beat me to it.


On 01/16/2014 04:15 PM, Rich Bowen wrote:
> On 01/15/2014 10:40 PM, Roman Shaposhnik wrote:
>> I'd like to through my hat in the ring as far as Bigtop and Giraph are
>> concerned.
>> Also, for as long as nobody's willing to handle Spark -- I'd be more 
>> than happy
>> to do that as well.
>> Trouble is -- wiki doesn't let me login: RomanShaposhnik
>> Same account I use for
> Ok, looks like the wiki was a bad idea, and I need to put it in a 
> different wiki.
> Same problem with the "canonical" location - svn - which is currently 
> in a members-only repo.
> Suggestions?

Rich Bowen

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