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From Julian Feinauer <j.feina...@pragmaticminds.de>
Subject Re: [DRAFT] November Podling Report Edgent
Date Tue, 06 Nov 2018 07:43:18 GMT
Dear Gayashin,

thank you very much for your response.
It's great to hear that edgent is or will be used in academic work.
Overall its good to see that edgent is actively used.

And I know about the time boundaries you surely have as PhD Student (about to finish mine
soon...) but nonetheless I think there are many things you could do to contribute in little
time. It is always good to have many peoples participating in discussions or bringing in their
views and use cases. And if you use edgent for academic purposes this is great for the project
and helps to 'spread the word' about it.

So thank you very much for your mail, and although we have 'lost' most of the seasoned edgent
programmers (of the current core), feel free to ask questions if there are any and we'll always
find a way to figure it out (I guess there are many very talented people on the list which
are able to dig into the code if necessary)

Am 06.11.18, 02:48 schrieb "Gayashan Amarasinghe" <gayashan.amarasinghe@gmail.com>:

    Hi all,
    I am a phd student at University of Melbourne who is doing my research in
    Edge computing + Distributed Stream Processing. I have been following
    edgent (and I have followed Christofer to plc4x as well since I have seen
    him mentioning it here the work that he has done) for some time now. In
    fact I have sent couple of emails some time back but haven't been able to
    do anything significant. I have also used edgent in one of my ongoing
    research work even though it has not been published yet. I thought I'd send
    an email after seeing this thread.
    To simply put, I would like to help with the rebooting edgent, I think I
    would be able to use it in a mutually beneficial way such that I could use
    edgent to improve my research and get involved with edgent and edgent may
    get some features/bug fixes/etc as a result. But I have to be honest that
    being a phd student, I may not be able to be very active. But I am willing
    to do as much as possible in the free time I have. Let me know what you
    think and may be a way we can work together.
    Thank you.
    On Sun, Nov 4, 2018 at 9:09 PM Julian Feinauer <j.feinauer@pragmaticminds.de>
    > Hey Justin,
    > thanks for your response.
    > Please don't take my words too literal (as I'm not (yet) used to many of
    > the ASF processes).
    > It's good to hear that you are still onboard. For me as rookie, it's good
    > to hear that we have multiple seasoned ASF member onboard.
    > Regarding my statement with the attic.. what I really meant was to
    > "finish" the project officially, because currently, its kind of in a zombie
    > mode.
    > But, I would definitely prefer a "revival" : )
    > Julian
    > Am 03.11.18, 22:59 schrieb "Justin Mclean" <justin@classsoftware.com>:
    >     Hi,
    >     > I think we (as we-that-are-on-the-list) have to decide whether we
    > want to (re-)start the project, building a new PPMC (currently we have
    > effectively one with chris) and start to do some work in edgent.
    >     As far as PPMC (and mentor) duties I’m still around. The board likes a
    > minimum of 3 PPMC members, to graduate a minimal of 5 is seen as a good
    > number.
    >     > Or whether we decide (or formally I guess PPMC and the mentors
    > decide) to move edgent to the attic.
    >     Podlings that don’t make it, don’t end up in the attic, but the code
    > could continue to live on github.
    >     Thanks,
    >     Justin

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