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From Kay Schenk <kay.sch...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Oaths and Anthems (was Re: A maturity model for Apache projects)
Date Sun, 01 Feb 2015 21:41:36 GMT
VERY good! :)

On 01/16/2015 09:51 AM, Alex Harui wrote:
> I think Bertrand’s document is coming along nicely.
> 
> This is half serious and half for fun, but while it will be great to have
> a maturity model and top-level authoritative documents on the Apache Way,
> to me, what would also help is a way to make important things memorizable.
>  I sure hope I don’t have to memorize every word of Bertrand’s document
> and only use it as a reference.
> 
> As I mentioned on one of these threads, the Boy Scouts (and Girl Scouts)
> have oaths and “laws” that you have to memorize to be officially accepted
> into their communities.  IMO, these very short “documents" try to cement
> certain keywords in your head so that you at least realize that certain
> topics are important to that organization.  It isn’t out to be detailed in
> any way.  That’s what these other documents are for.
> 
> So, I offer below some oaths, “laws of Apache” and even an anthem derived
> mostly by culling words from Bertrand’s document.  I left out anything
> from Bertrand’s document like quality and security that I felt folks
> should already be practicing in their day job or in other open source
> organizations.  I wanted the fewest words so that it could be more easily
> memorized and cement in your head the things that make Apache different
> from your day job and other open source groups.
> 
> Hope you like it.
> -Alex
> 
> The Committer Oath
> I, _________, promise to properly record the licensing and copyright of
> any code I commit, treat all committers equally, use the mailing list for
> communicating with others, only veto code with technical explanations,
> help users, fix bugs, and represent myself and not my employer in my
> actions.
> 
> 
> The PMC Member Oath (assumes you’ve memorized the Committer Oath already).
> I, _________, promise to ensure the correct licensing and copyright of the
> content of releases, treat all PMC members and committers equally, seek
> consensus before voting, identify others whose meritorious actions deserve
> inclusion as committers or PMC members, and use the private mailing list
> only for discussions about people,
> 
> - The Laws of Apache -
> 
> 
> Apache Releases:
> -Are free
> -Are PGP-signed
> -On dist.apache.org
> -Approved by majority vote
> -Do not contain compiled code.
> -Contain scripts to compile any source that needs compilation.
> -Contain correct LICENSE and NOTICE files
> 
> 
> Apache Source Code:
> -Is recorded in SVN or Git.
> -Is not on GitHub (that’s a copy).
> -Is available to the public
> -Contains correct headers
> -Is licensed under an approved license
> -Does not depend on external code under certain licenses.
> 
> 
> Apache Binary Packages:
> -make the Release Manager liable
> -contain LICENSE and NOTICE
> 
> 
> The Apache Anthem (to the tune of “My Country Tis of Thee” or “God Save
> the Queen”)
> 
> A-pach-e code for free
> Source zip and tar.gz
> Signed PGP.
> 
> License and Copyright
> NOTICE files in sight.
> 3 plus-1 vote majority
> No binary
> 
> Please get those headers right
> Plus how to build it right
> Check dependencies
> 
> Source in Subversion tree
> Or Git Repositry
> On servers in Apa-a-che
> Legal history
> 
> 
> 
> 

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