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From Gabriel Reid <>
Subject Re: board report
Date Thu, 09 May 2013 13:21:26 GMT
Looks pretty good to me.

I like that the compilation issue is mentioned, but are we *sure* that it's a javac 
bug (and not something else)? I didn't really follow it that closely on the
list, but it seems like something we want to be sure about before mentioning
it as a javac bug in the report.

- Gabriel

On 09 May 2013, at 05:02, Josh Wills <> wrote:

> Here's the report I sent to the board:
> Apache Crunch is a Java library for writing, testing, and running
> MapReduce pipelines on Apache Hadoop.
> Issues:
> There are no issues requiring board attention at this time.
> Releases:
> We are currently holding a vote for our 0.6.0 release, our first
> release since leaving the incubator at the end of February. We have
> received three +1 votes for the current release candidate from PMC members
> and expect the vote to pass when voting closes in a couple of days.
> Community & Development:
> No new PMC members or committers have been added since our report last
> month, when we added two new committers.
> We had a tough month on the dev list, primarily due to a strange and
> somewhat random Java compiler error that caused Crunch builds to
> fail consistently in some environments but not others, which was
> frustrating to debug and caused lots of Jenkins failures. We believe
> that we have resolved these issues with the latest release candidate
> and are looking forward to our next release and getting back to working
> on new features and bug fixes for our next release.
> Any comments/feedback is welcome,
> Josh
> -- 
> Director of Data Science
> Cloudera <>
> Twitter: @josh_wills <>

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