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From Robert Metzger <rmetz...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Where to host user-contributed Flink programs?
Date Fri, 27 Jun 2014 07:50:34 GMT
Okay. This approach sounds actually quite good.
So piggybank is just a subdirectory in the pig repository:
https://github.com/apache/pig/tree/trunk/contrib/piggybank. We have a
"addons" module in our project that could serve a similar purpose.
But I'm still a bit hesitant adding this kind of code into our main
repository. It implies that the code has been reviewed by us and that we
endorse it.

We could add the code into our repository without shipping it in releases.
What do the others say about this idea?

On Thu, Jun 26, 2014 at 1:40 AM, Alan Gates <gates@hortonworks.com> wrote:

> In Pig we created a separate section of the repository (called piggybank)
> where we stored user contributed user defined functinos (UDFs).  The
> contract was that users needed to provide unit tests so that as changes
> were made to Pig the committers could make sure that the UDFs in piggybank
> still worked.  Committers weren't responsible for fixing piggybank code,
> though if the change was minor they often would.  We distribute piggybank
> with Pig as a convenience to users.
> The downside to this is users can't self-manage it.  It requires a
> committer to review and commit people's code.  Though we always kept the
> bar quite low (just make sure it has tests and isn't completely nuts).  But
> still people complained that they had to wait for us to review it.
> The upside was that since committers had to review it, it didn't become a
> dumping ground.
> Alan.
>    Robert Metzger <rmetzger@apache.org>
>  June 25, 2014 at 7:50 AM
> Hi,
> our current repository contains a set of examples that show different
> aspects of the system.
> We recently got a pull request to add a graph centrality/closeness
> implementation to Flink (
> https://github.com/stratosphere/stratosphere/pull/904). The program is too
> complex to be added as an example. In addition to that, we don't want to
> maintain actual applications on top of Flink.
> I have a GitHub repository that also contains a few other Flink programs
> that need a new home.
> I would like to provide users an infrastructure in our project to host such
> code and establish a community around it.
> What is the Apache way of handling such a situation (infrastructure wise)?
> On GitHub, I would create a new repository called "application-library" and
> link it from the website.
> We could also create an orphan branch in our current repository.
> What do you think?
> Robert
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