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From Werner Keil <>
Subject Re: Goodbye
Date Tue, 11 Aug 2015 08:45:12 GMT

Would you help as interim PMC chair? This was mentioned as an option a
while ago, when Reza thought about leaving earlier.
As soon as it's clear, who remains active or who else (among existing
committers or new ones) might help DeviceMap, I guess a more permanent
solution will arise.


On Tue, Aug 11, 2015 at 9:35 AM, Werner Keil <> wrote:

> Reza,
> Thanks for the contribution and good luck with the new project.
> I am not entirely sure, if "Forked from DeviceMap 1.0.3" is sufficient
> here:
> Please ask Bertrand for advise, if any NOTICE or CREDITS (which would then
> mention Apache and DeviceMap as the "incoming" prior contributor or amend
> to the CREDITS file we already got in 1.0.3) files are required.
> GitHub is pretty transparent, so you'll see the stats or forks as well as
> how many people over time contribute to it.
> There are plenty of CI portals like Travis out in the field, e.g.
> Browsermap also uses it here at DeviceMap.
> Cheers,
> Werner
> On Tue, Aug 11, 2015 at 5:26 AM, Reza Naghibi <> wrote:
>> I guess this is my Goodbye 2.0. After another rocky few weeks trying to
>> get
>> DeviceMap 2.0 ready, its become clear that my time here has come to an
>> end.
>> It seems like myself and other members of this project could never come to
>> a peaceful consensus on anything. I gave it my best for about 2 years, now
>> its time to move on. I know the timing isn't the best, we have a board
>> report due this week and 2.0 was actually pretty close to being done. But
>> it is what it is. Thru the ups and downs, I am thankful for my time here.
>> After sending this email, I will be relinquishing my duties at DeviceMap
>> and parting ways with the ASF. So please deactivate my account and make
>> arrangements for someone else to VP this project.
>> If you wish to contact me, please do so here:
>> As for my work and the future, I have already begun a fork here:
>> TextGlass pretty much captures everything I wanted in 2.0, multi platform
>> generic clients and domains which define all classification logic.
>> Basically the groundwork for a true text classification ecosystem. Its
>> right now a rough demo, but the plan is to apply much polish and release
>> soon.
>> Everyone here has an open invitation to join me, so just shoot me an
>> email.
>> Still a lot of work to be done.
>> Thanks and good luck!

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