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From "Mccann, Thomas (solutions, services)" <>
Subject New Project - Query
Date Tue, 02 Aug 2016 15:12:50 GMT

I am currently working on a software project at the Royal Bank of Scotland, where we want
to spin-out a code base and share it between a group of parties (or make it totally open source).
The Apache Software Foundation is a really interesting initiative that I'm keen to explore
further as a platform for us to achieve this. I have been working through the information
you have online, but have a couple more points that I'm hoping you can help with:

1)      To what extent does the code base have to be visible to those outside of the Project

2)      What involvement do contributing parties have in approving new additions/changes to
the code base alongside/within the PMC?

3)      What is the likely success rate of a new Project proposal into your incubator?

Thanks a lot,

Tom McCann

Digital Studio, Regents House, 40 Islington High Street, London, N1 8XB
Mobile : +44 (0) 7584 114 480
Twitter: @mccann_tom

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