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From Kathy Saunders <oskssaund...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Feedback about project
Date Tue, 09 Aug 2016 18:54:56 GMT
Hi Ted,

I apologize that we missed the August report.  I will volunteer to make
sure that it happens for September.

I think a lot of the activity lately has been around 2 areas:

- Renaming Quarks to Edgent.  A lot of the commit activity just had to do
with updating the names in the code and the web site.  We had discussion on
list about the new name, voting, etc, but the actual work was pretty
straightforward, but pervasive.  My guess is a lot of the activity you've
seen is around name changes.  We don't have our infrastructure changes yet,
though, so have not completed the name change.

- Work to set up a Gradle build for Quarks.  There have been a few people
who have been doing most of the work there, but I've been seeing
conversation on list and on the Jira.  I don't think discussions are
happening off list, particularly with the timezone differences of those

To my knowledge, discussions are happening on list, but I will watch out
for any issues and encourage people to post to the list if I see any
problems.  If you notice anything specific you want to raise, please let us


On Tue, Aug 9, 2016 at 11:21 AM, Ted Dunning <tdunning@apache.org> wrote:

> I just noticed that the quarks project hasn't put in an incubator report
> yet and went to look at the dev list to see what was happening.
> It was a bit surprising to see that there is quite a bit of development
> activity as evidenced by lots of commit messages, but relatively little
> discussion about development.
> This might be due to the volume of the busywork messages on the mailing
> list.
> So I have two questions for the community:
> - is there a report about to land on the wiki?
> - is there a sense that development discussions are happening off-list that
> are not being reported back to the list?

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