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From Misty Linville <mi...@apache.org>
Subject HBase quarterly report Jul-Sep 2018
Date Tue, 09 Oct 2018 18:46:19 GMT
All,

HBase submits a report to the ASF board once a quarter, to inform the board
about project health. I'm sending the report to the user@ and dev@ mailing
lists because you are the project. If you have any questions about the
report or the running of the project, you can pose them to me or any other
PMC member or committer, or send an email to private@hbase.apache.org,
which every PMC member subscribes to.

Thanks,
Misty

--
Apache HBase is an open-source, distributed, versioned, non-relational
database. Apache HBase gives you low latency random access to billions of
rows with millions of columns atop non-specialized hardware.

hbase-thirdparty is a set of internal artifacts used by the project to
mitigate the impact of our dependency choices on the wider ecosystem.

ISSUES FOR THE BOARD’S ATTENTION

Board-only information removed from public report.

RELEASES

- 2.1.0 was released on Tue Jul 17 2018
- 1.4.6 was released on Sun Jul 29 2018
- 2.0.2 was released on Sat Sep 01 2018
- 1.4.7 was released on Sun Sep 02 2018
- 1.2.7 was released on Sat Sep 15 2018


ACTIVITY

The second annual HBaseCon Asia was held in Beijing, China, on Aug. 17,
2018. The event was hosted by Alibaba, sponsored by Didi, Huawei, and
Xiaomi. Admission was free to attendees, and a live stream allowed
worldwide participation. In total, 494 individuals attended locally and the
livestream accumulated 14796 views. Thanks to Yu Li and all organizers for
coordinating the event. [Event summary](
http://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/hbase-user/201808.mbox/) [Photos,
videos, slides](
http://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/hbase-user/201808.mbox/)

A developer meet-up occurred in conjunction with HBaseCon Asia on August
18, 2018. Around 30 people attended. [Michael Stack took notes](
http://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/hbase-dev/201808.mbox/browser).
Key discussion points included testing, proposals for using Github in our
workflow, a discussion about user experienc for new HBase users, and more.

Three more developer meet-ups occurred in September in China:

- September 1 in HangZhou
- September 8 in ShangHai
- September 15 in ShenZhen

More than 200 people attended locally and hundreds participated via
livestreams.
[Details and recordings](https://s.apache.org/MdSV) are available (in
Chinese).

In total, HBase had 5 releases over this quarter, across 4 release lines.

Toshihiro Suzuki was added as a committer on Wed Aug 01 2018.

Zach York joined the PMC on October 5, 2018 (out of this reporting period).

Stay tuned for more committer and PMC member announcements next month, as
they just missed the report cut-off date!

Thanks to the new committers and PMC members for agreeing to take on more
responsibilities in the project.

STATS

The dev@ mailing list saw a negligible decline in subscribers and nearly
identical traffic as the last quarter.

The user@ mailing list lost 23 subscribers along with a negligible increase
in traffic over the last quarter.

76 committers (+1 from last quarter)
42 PMC members (+0 from last quarter)
413 JIRA tickets created (down from 497 last quarter)
343 JIRA tickets closed/resolved (down from 428 last quarter)

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